In part one, we examined whether democratic institutions would be able to survive in a globally warmed world – and suggested two ways they might. In the second part of this analysis of politics and climate change, we ask: To save the world, is it as simple as capitalism vs the climate?
Paddling against plastic – video interview
Paddleboarder Lizzie Carr is taking action on plastic pollution into her own hands.
How NASA satellites track changes in the world’s water systems
From the Tigris to the Yangtze, GRACE satellites have revealed the impact of human activity on our water supply.
Australia gives up on meeting the Paris climate targets
Yet again Australian politics is in turmoil, and climate change is at the heart of it.
Summer 2018: Extreme weather strikes again, this time in Kerala
India’s Kerala has been hit by extreme monsoon rainfall and floods.
Are we on our way to ‘Hothouse Earth’?
A group of scientists releases paper stating that we are on track for a ‘Hothouse Earth’ scenario.
Heat waves and air conditioning will negatively affect human health and the climate crisis
In the wake of heat waves, an increased reliance on air condition could be bad news for human health and tackling climate change.
Wildfires: Sweden has not been this hot for over a century
Wildfires rages in Sweden brought on by extreme high temperatures.
Greenpeace delivers Trump a flying message during UK visit
Greenpeace flew a paraglider over Turnberry as Donald Trump visited his Scottish golf course last week.
Book review: The Water will Come, by Jeff Goodell
Jeremy Williams reviews The Water Will Come.