UNEA 2014: Ground-Breaking Platform for Global Environmental Sustainability
Written by Grace Eunhye Lee Following the Rio+20 Earth Summit’s decision to strengthen the UNEP’s role as the leading global environmental authority to fulfill its coordination mandate among multilateral environmental … Continue reading
Mass media coverage of climate change – towards public engagement
by Karolina Martyniak 1. Introduction Climate change is arguably one of the biggest challenges of the twenty-first century, which despite the heterogeneous nature of its impacts, will be felt across … Continue reading
Negotiating Africa’s Interests on Climate Change: The African Group of Negotiators
Written by Lorraine Dongo Cracked earth from drought in Africa Photo: ALAMY Climate change affects us all, but it does not affect us all equally. The poorest and most vulnerable –those … Continue reading
Adaptation to Climate Change: Inciting yet another Top-Down/Bottom-Up debate.
Written by Kilian Raiser Introduction In 2000, biologist Eugene Stroemer and Nobel-Chemist Paul Crutzen advanced the term ‘Anthropocene’ (Scranton, 2013). Since then there has been wide acceptance of the notion … Continue reading