Carbon Capture & Removal


Climate Change

Green Schools Series

Recent Articles

After years of insinuating itself into the COP process, a petrostate will host the COP28 climate talks later this year, and an oil company CEO will be the presiding president. This year’s Conference of the Parties (COP28) will take place from November 30 – December 12 in the United Arab...

Read more

Fossil fuels are at the center of the controversy surrounding the 2023 United Nations climate change conference known as COP28.   The precedent-setting host of this year’s UN Climate Conference of the Parties is an oil executive from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the world’s seventh-largest oil producer. The president-designate for...

Read more

We are not living within planetary boundaries, and ecological economics (EE) has not been able to secure sufficient engagement from governments, civil society, and the private sector to alter our perilous trajectory.  We have not succeeded because we frame the issues with failed assumptions that prevent us from apprehending the interconnected ecological and humanitarian crises (Ingebrigtsen...

Read more

Environmental governance provides frameworks for the complex, multifaceted political, social, and economic actions required to address the polycrisis.  The urgency of the need for expedited action makes environmental governance more important than ever before. Although ongoing ecological degradation has made many understandably pessimistic, we have witnessed major progress in the realm of...

Read more
Page 1 of 1483 1 2 1,483

Subscribe to the Blog

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.