climate crisis

February 4, 2020

Decentralisation of the Climate Crisis: Introducing Green Visas

Neoliberals often criticise governments for overly centralising the decision making process. They argue that this makes it difficult for individual actors to intervene, who may possess useful local information, thanks to their specialised skills and knowledge.
January 27, 2020

Climate Crises: The Myth of Eco Refugees

On 2nd December 2019, delegations from the United Nations convened in Madrid for COP25, the 25th annual Climate Change Conference. They gathered to discuss what is currently being done to counteract the effects of climate change.
December 10, 2015

Searchers and Planners in the Climate Change Debate

In Paris as we speak, negotiators from around the world are busy trying to put together a set of environmental goals that will be underwritten by the majority of participants, and especially big players like China, the United States, the EU and India – the four biggest CO2 emitters in order of importance