By Laura Gillies It is easy to look at the so-called progressive states and see what they are doing, and have been doing for some time, with respect to climate change mitigation, renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy storage. In fact, many would argue states like California have driven this global trend after years of…
Tag: climate change
Climate Change Negotiations: A Talking Shop?
by Rudra Sen
A Step in the Right Direction?
By Annie Cerria
Corporate Environmentalism: The Case of Oaxaca, Mexico
By Ava Rawson
Consequences of Covid and Climate Change: Elections of Asia
By Isabella Green When attempting to foretell what lies ahead in the new year, we must consider the leaders guiding the path forward for their countries. Changes in leadership mark changes in the goals of not just politicians but also the people they serve. Many elections took place across Asia in 2021, and the effects…
Indigenous Knowledge Could be the Answer to Climate Change
By Brynna Boyer
Climate Change: Is there hope?
By Ryan Morrice
Thorium: Climate Panacea, or Pipe Dream?
By Delany Higgins
Economics and the Environment: The Rise of Veganism
By Lucy Wright