Opinion – Black and Southern Feminisms Matter in the Global Climate Struggle

Lydia Ayame Hiraide • Nov 12 2021 • Articles

Black and Southern feminists challenge us to consider the climate and environmental crisis as a crisis tied up in global histories of race, gender, and class as embedded in European empire.

Interview – Robert Falkner

E-International Relations • Sep 26 2021 • Features

Robert Falkner discusses his research on environmental norm changes, climate policy, and the role of technology in mitigating climate change.

Recognition and Protection of Environmental Migrants in International Law

Chiara Scissa • Jun 24 2021 • Articles

Several UN arrangements explicitly recognize environmental migration, but lack of binding force. Conversely, binding instruments are too weakly implemented.

Interview – Rubens Ricupero

E-International Relations • Dec 20 2020 • Features

Former Minister and Secretary General of UNCTAD, Rubens Ricupero, discusses Brazilian foreign policy and diplomacy, today’s environmental agenda, and the Real Plan.

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