Global Finance and Management of Climate-Related Risk
The financial sector’s role in managing risk and accelerating the transition to net-zero
How Lahore Became the World’s Most Polluted Place
Unprecedented smog in the “city of gardens” comes from a confluence of familiar factors.
How to Make a Carbon Club Work
The Canadian system is a promising—and politically palatable—prototype for other large emitters.
Nature Is Becoming a Person
How to make sense of the new global trend that grants legal rights to animals, plants, and rivers.
An Empty Pledge to Protect Rainforests
The COP26 deforestation commitment is disingenuous—and could harm the Congo Basin.
Climate Crisis Should Be the Final Blow to the Washington Consensus
Groups like the G-7 are putting proactive governance back on the agenda.
4 Key Takeaways From COP26
After two weeks of intense climate negotiations, here’s where progress was made—and where negotiations fell short.
It’s Time to Be Honest About Fossil Fuels’ Role in Energy Transition
As soaring fuel inflation turns into a political risk, Biden needs a smarter energy policy fast.
South Africa’s Coal Deal Is a New Model for Climate Progress
The agreement is the most impressive thing to come out of the COP26 climate summit.
The Gap Between Talk and Action on Climate Is on Full Display in Glasgow
Environmental disasters are rapidly engulfing the world. Can bureaucracy meet their pace?
The Tragedy of Stopping Climate Change
The race is on to tell—or sell—the right story about global warming.
Will COP26 Solve Anything?
Climate apocalypse still looms while world leaders haggle over haggis in Glasgow.
Deforestation Déjà Vu at COP26
Past conservation efforts have floundered. Latin American nations will decide whether the new pact succeeds.
Rich Countries’ Climate Policies Are Colonialism in Green
At COP26, developed-world governments are working to keep the global south poor.
A Green Deal at COP26 Can’t Be a Green Light for China
The idea that appeasing Beijing can save the planet is a fantasy.