An urgent call for international and intergenerational justice at the UN climate talks, while Arab Youth Climate Movement forges change “In the session for the Green Climate Fund a woman from South Africa stood up to ask a question. She said, “My ancestral lands are going to go through a 4-5 degree increase even if the world stays at 2 ... Read More
Articles By: Rina Kuusipalo
Rina Kuusipalo '14 is a columnist for the Harvard Political Review.
Beyond the failure to develop systemic alternatives at Rio+20, Bhutan and others pave way with new paradigms of 'progress'.
The Earth Summit and its participants consider the ethical and economic implications of their sustainability initiatives.
The UN Earth Summit is attempting to reimagine the measure of human welfare in a world of finite natural resources.
While the U.S. flounders in the face of irreversible danger, climate finance and mitigation remain possible hopes