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Climate Change and the Sinking Island States in the Pacific

Climate Change and the Sinking Island States in the Pacific

Small island nations are exposed to multi-dimensional climate crises such as ocean level rise, flooding, coastal erosion, inundation of agricultural lands, drying up of drinking water and sea acidification, which endangers fish life and stock.

Interview – Alice Hill

Interview – Alice Hill

Alice Hill discusses her work on resilience and climate change, how to encourage policy-makers to incorporate resilience and what more could be done by elected officials.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Green Theory and Climate Change

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Green Theory and Climate Change

Green theory allows a broader perspective on our common interests and emphasises choices made within the ecological boundaries of climate change, rather than the political boundaries of economic advantage.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Global Justice and Climate Change

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Global Justice and Climate Change

Debates about the climate responsibilities of non-state actors are important to IR theory, which has been traditionally concerned with how states relate to one another.

Small Island Climate Diplomacy in the Maldives and Beyond

Small Island Climate Diplomacy in the Maldives and Beyond

The Maldives’ conference was a milstone initiative of island diplomacy. It drew the ideational framework of SIDS’ leadership in climate politics laying foundations for their island diplomacy.

Lake Chad: A Climate of Fragility

Lake Chad: A Climate of Fragility

Any future interventions in and around Lake Chad will have to be mindful of its particular climate-fragility and these trends that are likely to shape its future.

Introducing Green Theory in International Relations

Introducing Green Theory in International Relations

Green theory allows a broader ecological perspective on our common human interests and emphasises choices made within ecological, rather than political, boundaries.

The Environment

The Environment

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.

Transversal Environmental Policies

Transversal Environmental Policies

Environmental policies can assist in establishing a policy reform which promotes the development of a strict approach to environmental protection and conservation.

New Practices and Narratives of Environmental Diplomacy

New Practices and Narratives of Environmental Diplomacy

What the cases of green growth networks such as the Cartagena Dialogue illustrate is how environmental diplomacy is shaped by and shaping the neoliberal world order.

Renewable Energy: Global Challenges

Renewable Energy: Global Challenges

Although the adoption of renewable energy sources is increasing, widespread adoption is constrained by a multitude of policy, regulatory, social and financial barriers.

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