Climate Change

Interview – Alan Philps

E-International Relations • Jul 21 2021 • Features

Alan Philps talks about his career in journalism, current challenges facing journalists, Britain’s role in the world, and the US approach to climate change.

Interview – Joshua Busby

E-International Relations • May 16 2021 • Features

Josua Busby talks about climate security, the role of militaries in achieving it, those most at risk from climate change, and he looks ahead to COP26.

Interview – Victor Khodayar-Pardo

E-International Relations • May 10 2021 • Features

Victor Khodayar-Pardo discusses his work for the United Nations, including the organisation’s response to Covid-19, environmental issues and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Teaching Fiction’s Futures: Pedagogy for Climate-Changed Global Politics

Bryant William Sculos • Mar 18 2021 • Articles

The value of using films and novels is that they give students opportunities to think imaginatively how we might deal with climate politics, organize with others, and eschew cynicism.

Political Topology in the Anthropocene: Reconsidering Political Space in Light of Covid-19

Maximilian Lakitsch • Jan 5 2021 • Articles

Humanity seems to be ill-prepared to deal with transnational challenges, whether they concern a virus or the consequences of climate change.

Opinion – Bolsonaro as Antithesis to the Green Growth Agenda

João P. Romero and Fernanda Cimini • Dec 22 2020 • Articles

In the absence of a radical overhaul of existing economic policies, it is unlikely that Brazil will be able to offer any green transformation.

Call for Contributors – Climate Change and Global Distributive Justice

Fausto Corvino and Tiziana Andina • Nov 25 2020 • Features

We seek abstracts for book chapters that help to systematise and analyse climate distributive justice, i.e. the set of normative principles that indicate how the costs and benefits should be shared.

Review – The New World Disorder and the Indian Imperative

Arenla Jamir • Sep 29 2020 • Features

This ambitious and incisive book details the changing international order and offers a succinct analysis of the state of the world today, which is now in complete flux.

COVID-19 and Online Activism: A Momentum for Radical Change?

Julie Uldam and Tina Askanius • Aug 21 2020 • Articles

Nordic climate activist groups and NGOs try to appeal to hope rather than despair as they present involvement in their tactics as a means to counter negative feelings.

Opinion – Protest, Interrupted? Climate Activism During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Luis Hestres • Aug 4 2020 • Articles

Covid-19’s impact on climate activism is obvious. How can climate activists execute a mass mobilization-based strategy in a social distancing context?

Opinion – Post-COVID-19 Climate Change Politics

Anu Unny • Jun 3 2020 • Articles

COVID-19 is a reminder of a more unequal world wherein the role of international organisations may be restricted due to the highhandedness of dominant states.

Opinion – Updating the 1951 Convention for Refugees

Somabha Bandopadhay • May 28 2020 • Articles

The 1951 Refugee Convention is required to be amended so that “climate refugees” are given a place within the gamut of the refugee law regime.

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