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Future of Economy past the Triple C challenge  (Climate, Covid, war Calamity)
Future of Economy past the Triple C challenge (Climate, Covid, war Calamity)

Former Prime Minister of Romania, Petre Roman, discusses practical and theoretical challenges for societies and economies. (09/20/2022)

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The Inflation Reduction Act Should Be Just the Beginning
The Inflation Reduction Act Should Be Just the Beginning

Without more direct intervention on the part of the public sector in combatting the climate crisis, what IRA will produce is a green capitalist industry with profit-making as the overriding concern... Read More...



Let’s Acknowledge Inflation Reduction Act’s Significance — and Its Inadequacy
Let’s Acknowledge Inflation Reduction Act’s Significance — and Its Inadequacy

In this interview, Prof. Robert Pollin examines the Inflation Reduction Act and current U.S. inflation issues. By C.J. Polychronou. (08/10/2022)

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We Can’t Avoid Climate Breakdown Without Reducing Growth, Leading Economist Says
We Can’t Avoid Climate Breakdown Without Reducing Growth, Leading Economist Says

In this inteview, Herman Daly, professor emeritus at the University of Maryland School of Public Policy and who once served as a senior economist at the World Bank — explains why the current econom... Read More...



The Future of the Planet Is in Our Hands—Effective Activism Is Essential
The Future of the Planet Is in Our Hands—Effective Activism Is Essential

Building long-term progressive power is key to bringing into force a comprehensive climate change policy. By C.J. Polychronou. (07/20/2022)

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Interview with Noam Chomsky: To Tackle Climate, Our Morality Must Catch Up With Our Intelligence
Interview with Noam Chomsky: To Tackle Climate, Our Morality Must Catch Up With Our Intelligence

In this interview, scholar-activist Noam Chomsky grapples with the consequences of this short-term thinking amid escalating military tensions.  By C.J. Polychroniou. (05/12/2022)

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Our Natural Market: Coupling Environmental Conservation with Sustainable Development
Our Natural Market: Coupling Environmental Conservation with Sustainable Development

Looking at the impacts of climate change, focusing on efforts in Palu and Rwanda to combat it.  By Justin Gulino. (05/12/2022)

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Climate Change Is Also a Major Casualty of the War in Ukraine
Climate Change Is Also a Major Casualty of the War in Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine raises the question, again, why the world fails repeatedly to sets its priorities in the right order. By C.J. Polychroniou. (04/19/2022)

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Of Energy and Dependencies in Europe
Of Energy and Dependencies in Europe

Analysis on the recently launched Energy incentives and greening programs, as initiated in Europe/EU. By Leyla Mammadova. (04/11/2022)

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After February’s Dire IPCC Report, the Green New Deal Is More Urgent Than Ever
After February’s Dire IPCC Report, the Green New Deal Is More Urgent Than Ever

Two leading climate activists — Margaret Kwateng, a national Green New Deal organizer at Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, and Ebony Twilley Martin, co-exec... Read More...



IA Forum Winter 2022 - Climate Change and Energy
IA Forum Winter 2022 - Climate Change and Energy

This issue of International Affairs Forum presents interviews, essays, and opinion pieces discussing Climate Change and Energy. 03/15/2022

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Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?
Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?

In reality, California does not actually have a detailed roadmap for slashing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfill the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius... Read More...



Two Birds, One Trillion-Dollar Stone: Could Climate Change Solutions Answer Australia’s COVID-Debt Prayers?
Two Birds, One Trillion-Dollar Stone: Could Climate Change Solutions Answer Australia’s COVID-Debt Prayers?

The intersection of Australia and climate change, COVID, and economic growth. By Metta Chalapati. (03/02/2022)

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No, Your Zoom Meeting Will Not Be Enough To Address Business’ Impact on the Climate
No, Your Zoom Meeting Will Not Be Enough To Address Business’ Impact on the Climate

Business travel's effect on climate and the need for immediate action.   By Michael Mitole. (03/02/2022)

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Is There a Legal Impasse of Climate-Induced Migration in the European Policy Framework?
Is There a Legal Impasse of Climate-Induced Migration in the European Policy Framework?

Author examines legal aspects of climate-induced migration in Europe and argues the EU it should start acting autonomously to address the issue. By Anna Lia Maria Soddu. (03/01/2022)

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Climate change posing a real threat to European cities: is it already the time to press the alarm button?
Climate change posing a real threat to European cities: is it already the time to press the alarm button?

Examining needs and efforts to address climate change in Europe. By Leyla Mammadova. (03/01/2022)

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Reimagining Climate Change Cooperation
Reimagining Climate Change Cooperation

To meet the U.N. climate goals, the U.S. and China need some healthy competition.  By Kathlina Brady. (02/25/2022)

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The Impact of Climate Change on Global Security
The Impact of Climate Change on Global Security

Author examines the securitization of climate change.  By Zunaira Malik. (02/24/2022)

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Public Transportation Uptake  in the Arab Region: Where are the  Private Car Deterrents?
Public Transportation Uptake in the Arab Region: Where are the Private Car Deterrents?

Examining the needs for the Arab region's 'Car Culture' needs to be curbed.  By Elliott J. Neal. (02/23/2022)

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“Politics as Usual” Will Never Be a Solution to the Current Climate Threat
“Politics as Usual” Will Never Be a Solution to the Current Climate Threat

C.J. Polychroniou discusses the climate crisis with Richard Falk.  (02/21/2022)

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Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?
Is California Backsliding on Its Plan to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by Mid-Century?

In reality, California does not actually have a detailed roadmap for slashing greenhouse gas emissions in order to fulfill the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius... Read More...



The World’s Ongoing Trash Crisis That Keeps Piling Up
The World’s Ongoing Trash Crisis That Keeps Piling Up

Managing trash is a global issue but the Global North continuously redirects its trash to the Global South. By Ayesha Shaikh. (02/04/2022)

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Killing Nature Must Be Treated as a Crime on a Par with Genocide and War Crimes
Killing Nature Must Be Treated as a Crime on a Par with Genocide and War Crimes

The time has come for drastic measures to protect the environment and save the world from a climate catastrophe. By C.J. Polychroniou. (01/03/2022)

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With the Failure of Politics, People Are Waking Up to the Realization That They Have a World to Win
With the Failure of Politics, People Are Waking Up to the Realization That They Have a World to Win

People everywhere are waking up to the realization that they must fight to organize the world in such a way that there is a sustainable future for humanity and the planet. By C.J. Polychroniou. (12... Read More...



Climate of Im/pact – A Streetcar named Glasgow
Climate of Im/pact – A Streetcar named Glasgow

Former OECD Secretary-General discusses the ongoing Climate Change talks at COP26. By Donald Johnston. (11/06/2021)

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Revolutionary Activism May Be Our Last Best Hope to Avert a Climate Catastrophe
Revolutionary Activism May Be Our Last Best Hope to Avert a Climate Catastrophe

The challenge ahead is to turn every city and every town in virtually every major country in the world into a stronghold of the global climate movement. By C. J. Polychroniou. (11/04/2021)

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Tech “Solutions” Are Pushed by Fossil Fuel Industry to Delay Real Climate Action
Tech “Solutions” Are Pushed by Fossil Fuel Industry to Delay Real Climate Action

Author argues for the need of a Green New Deal.  By C.J. Polychroniou. (08/25/2021)

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Average Global Temperature Has Risen Steadily Under 40 Years of Neoliberalism
Average Global Temperature Has Risen Steadily Under 40 Years of Neoliberalism

Reflecting on neoliberalism and global warming.  By C.J. Polychroniou. (08/19/2021)

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Is Humaniity's Return to Barbarism Unavoidable?
Is Humaniity's Return to Barbarism Unavoidable?

Unless we can tame our irrational economic system and, above all else, do away with capitalism's addiction to fossil fuels, the collapse of civilized social order is a near certainty.  By C.J. Poly... Read More...



With Earth on Edge, Climate Crisis Must Be Treated Like Outbreak of a World War
With Earth on Edge, Climate Crisis Must Be Treated Like Outbreak of a World War

Humanity and the environment are under massive assault by global warming caused by human activities. By C. J. Polychroniou. (08/12/2021)

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