A new estimate puts the cost of adapting and repairing coastal infrastructure damaged by climate change in the United States at hundreds of billions annually. The sooner adaptation planning begins, the less expensive it will be.
Opinion: The most climate privileged country on earth
Jeremy Williams on the world’s most climate-privileged countries.
Sofie’s World: Raising a child during the climate crisis and growing up in the age of the Anthropocene ￼
My daughter Sofie was born in April 2021, in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic and in a decade in which climate change is increasingly high on the global agenda. Sofie’s World is a series of articles in which I reflect on parenthood in the context of the climate crisis and what it might be like for her growing up in the era of the Anthropocene.
Film review: Dear Future Children
We review Dear Future Children.
Opinion: COP26 and the paradox of last chances
Jeremy Williams on climate change last chances.
Obama: The US has a tremendous responsibility to act on climate change
Obama seeks to insert optimism during COP26 climate keynote speech.
COP26: Glasgow Climate Pact agreed, but don’t mention the elephant in the room
Glasgow Climate pact agreed with watered down final text.
What the most affected regions need from COP26
Will COP26 deliver for the most climate-vulnerable countries?
Climate activists unconvinced by progress at COP26
Climate activists marched in Glasgow during COP26 as they bemoan real progress.
Analysis: COP26: It’s crunch time
What needs to happen at COP26 to reach agreement on 1.5 degrees C?