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Review – Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate

Review – Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate

While an essay collection on the climate-poverty nexus has the potential to fill a gap, problems with presentation and organization ultimately mean that Dulal’s volume does not live up to its potential.

Cutting the Gordian Knot: Two Addictions at the Root of Our Climate Change Problem

Cutting the Gordian Knot: Two Addictions at the Root of Our Climate Change Problem

No matter how we approach climate change, it is crucial that other central environmental concerns, including nature conservation, are not sacrificed in the process of phasing out fossil fuels.

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

2015 the New Copenhagen? The UNFCCC Process Risks Falling into Faulty Patterns

UNFCCC actors need to converge on overarching processes and strategies, and this necessitates a sober look at past failures, current trajectories and the connections that currently bind them.

A Marshall Plan to Combat Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific

A Marshall Plan to Combat Climate Change in the Asia-Pacific

The United States is officially reorienting its security and defense strategy to the Asia-Pacific region, but the United States needs a complementary investment agenda for building the region’s resilience to climate change.

Culture and Global Environmental Governance: Harnessing the Power of Habits

Culture and Global Environmental Governance: Harnessing the Power of Habits

Cultural dynamics reside at the heart of global environmental governance. The politics of the environment is – alongside questions of distribution/justice and physical sustainability – always a matter of meaning and purpose. And this should not come as a surprise.

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