Climate change can also be an opportunity to promote more ecological living Author: Qian Zhang Satish Kumar (2009) said that we can not save the climate crisis with the same tools and same mindsets which created the climate crisis. The climate crisis is just a symptom; the problem is our
Remarks by Professor José Riera-Cézanne on Migration for the The Humboldt School, San José Costa Rica Author: José Riera-Cézanne 24 September 2022 I have participated in many model-UN exercises, at the Doctoral level, Master’s level, as a participant, and now as a speaker. I am the child of immigrant parents.
Food Security and Conflicts. Case Study: Anglophone Crisis, Cameroon Author: John Carlvin Piyinchu There is a tragic link between conflict and hunger and how it still pervades far too much of the world. We need better and quicker access in all conflict zones, so we can get to more of
Sustainability and the faith in perpetual economic growth Author: Jan Breitling Translated into Spanish by Florencia Prieto Introduction Sustainable development is the dominant approach to tackle environmental and social crises since the Brundtland report of the WCED (World Commission on Environment and Development) in 1987, where the term was officially
Addressing climate change is a matter of global concern, catalyzing the proposal and adoption of major climate treaties. The latest major climate treaty - the Paris Agreement - marks a milestone in global efforts to tackle climate change, providing the means to both developed and developing States to fulfill their
Climate change has been topping the headlines throughout Europe and the US this summer as northern hemisphere temperatures have reached unprecedented seasonal highs and lows. Nicholas Reader, in our guest ediorial, finds that the brouhaha has hidden some important truths about global warming. Africa and tropical and sub-tropical regions have
This paper attempts to focus on the theoretical aspect of gender and climate change. In addition, the paper looks into how specific gender characteristics increase women’s vulnerability and how the effects of climate change affect women more severely than men. This paper will, finally, look into policies to face the
"Where we are standing, in five days it will be gone," foresees a rural Bangladeshi. Rivers will swallow additional land this monsoon season forcing more and more people to find refuge in Dhaka. Where was once rice farms is now shrimp farms; where was once villages is now submerged. Climate