Carbon offsetting is becoming increasingly popular and COP26 took steps to accelerate this. But what impact do these markets have on the global north/south divide?
The newsletter is taking a quick break over the holidays but I thought I would share some of the more impactful books I've been reading lately.
Historical emissions demonstrate how culpable certain nation states are. Ongoing emissions show us that borders aren't the only key: wealth matters too.
Just a handful of countries – overwhelmingly, the same countries that have benefitted from five hundred years of colonialism – are responsible for the…
COP26 has been just the latest data point showing that governments and international negotiations are unwilling and unable to initiate a managed decline…
Fossil fuels cause climate change. The world ostensibly wants to mitigate climate change. But countries are planning to produce more than twice as much…
Divestment has been one of the most long-lived climate movements and continues to gain momentum, but its real mechanism is subtle. How does it actually…
How misguided and deliberately misleading economic analysis has worked to undermine climate action for four decades.
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