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Environment

Article / 7th December 2021

With continuing hypocrisy and obstructionism by governments of major countries at global climate talks, humanity’s best hope lies in the social movements of the most marginalized, writes Basav Sen for FPIF.

Report / 22nd November 2021

For at least the last 30 years, not a single country has met the basic needs of its residents without overconsuming natural resources, according to new research led by the University of Leeds.

Article / 16th November 2021

Activists and civil society representatives have accused rich nations at COP26 of a "shameful" lack of ambition. Reported by Leftfootforward.org

Report / 8th November 2021

The carbon footprints of the richest 1 per cent of people on Earth are set to be 30 times greater than the level compatible with the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement in 2030, according to new research.

Report / 8th November 2021

A fair share analysis finds current pledges from wealthy countries fall much further below the mark than previously understood, demonstrating the need for international climate action on fossil fuel production.

Article / 14th October 2021

A climate debt is owed. It is owed by the richest countries, whose carbon emissions—through centuries of industrialisation made possible by colonial extraction—have been the principal cause of the climate crisis.

Article / 14th October 2021

気候変動に対する債務があります。それは富裕国によるものであり、植民地時代の搾取によって可能になった何世紀にもわたる工業化による二酸化炭素排出が、気候危機の主な原因となっています。

Article / 17th September 2021

In a low-growth world, it is essential to share what growth there is more equitably - otherwise the consequences could be catastrophic, writes John Cassidy for the New Yorker.

Article / 2nd September 2021

十分性に焦点を当て、すべての人に惑星資源の公平なシェアを保証するなら、人類の普遍的なニーズを満たし、世界を住むのに適した環境に保つことが可能である、とスタン・コックスはYES! magazineに書いています。

 
Article / 1st September 2021

It is possible to satisfy humanity’s universal needs - and keep the world liveable - if we focus on sufficiency and guarantee everyone a fair share of planetary resources, writes Stan Cox for Yes! magazine.