Can Biden Sell His Domestic Agenda as a Win Against China?
From climate change policy to COVID-19 relief, Biden’s domestic and foreign-policy goals are coming under fire.
Biden Must Back Money With Real Strategy
To cope with climate change, the Indo-Pacific needs a Marshall Plan.
How Climate Change Drives Conflict in Mali
Military solutions won’t end terrorism in the Sahel. Addressing the environmental factors destroying livelihoods and fueling extremist groups’ recruitment could.
‘We Can Turn It Around’
John Kerry on the deep roots of his environmentalism, how he negotiates with the Chinese on climate, and the unshakable momentum of the green marketplace.
A National Trauma May Win Romania Its First Oscar
“Collective” details how corruption sparked a fire and a political crisis.
The Biden 100-Day Progress Report
We asked 25 experts to grade the administration’s start on foreign policy
John Kerry’s Biggest Mission
He’s relentless, strategic, kind of annoying—and might just save the planet.
How the Greens Went Mainstream
They were once Germany’s anti-establishment party. Now they’re on the verge of reaching the peak of power.
Denmark’s Plan for a Green Future
For a maritime nation, curtailing transport emissions is the first step.
With a Feminist Foreign Policy, Biden Could Get Climate Change Right
At this week’s summit, the United States will need to think bigger. Here’s how.
Sino-U.S. Competition Is Good for Climate Change Efforts
In a contentious international environment, superpowers can spur each other on.
Boris Johnson’s Climate Rhetoric Lacks a Real Blueprint for Change
For the post-Brexit United Kingdom, climate leadership is easier aspired to than achieved.
Italy’s Economic Recovery Plan Needs to Think Local
Already a circular economy leader in technology, Italy must involve communities if its “green recovery” is to succeed.
Biden Plans Big Pledge on U.S. Emissions Cuts
Washington wants to reclaim climate leadership and get other major countries to ramp up ambitions.
The Anthropocene Is Overrated
The way we talk about climate change and our effect on the planet is all wrong—and increasingly dangerous.
Biden’s Back Channel on the Amazon
Rocky Brazil-U.S. diplomacy on protecting the rainforest approaches a pivotal moment.