Contemporary populists are looking backwards, hoping to fix our problems by drawing from a medical toolkit from a previous century.
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The world’s states have been able to find common ground in relation to the flagpole issues of global warming and climate change. This trend must continue so that we can live healthily and happily on Planet Earth.
Civil society’s involvement in global environmental governance and the effects of internationalisation processes on civil society forms of autonomy and expertise have had considerable impact.
It would be beneficial to plan mitigation policies and communication strategies by taking negative consequences and societal impact into account.
The Paris agreement was a positive step but we need continued and concerted action from civil society to decouple economic growth from greenhouse gas emissions.
In a complex panorama, the global financial architecture for climate change is an evolving issue, where actors and rules are constantly engaging in transformation.
Given the speed of global transformations and the failures to integrate ecology into larger concerns the question of ‘who speaks for Earth?’ is a pressing issue for IR.
The response to climatic changes in the Arctic will be a problem of global politics as economic development in the area is shaped by environmental factors among others.
In the a broader context, the FFDM has been a powerful force multiplier, which has helped propel climate justice issues into the foreground of public consciousness.
It is no longer possible to see environmental issues as neutral, detached from the social world – they must be understood as political problems with social drivers.
The fossil fuel divestment movement has undergone explosive growth and has attained global ambitions – challenging sovereign funds to engage in fossil fuel divestment.
The HUGE security approach could assist in analysing the best way to reach sustainable development goals, out of which common responsibilities may offer ways forward.