climate change

Domestic Divisions Overshadow Climate Prospects

Tackling climate change numbers among the most pressing issues for governments worldwide. But after the United Nations struggled to even find a host for its upcoming international climate meeting, will domestic politics limit its success? Even before global leaders travel to the United Nation’s annual climate conference from December 2-13, domestic politics have already cast […]

Poland’s Difficult Balancing Act

Paris Climate Agreement stakeholders are convening in Poland to set the speed of the world’s response to climate change. But can Poland balance its appetite for coal with the international push for decarbonization? From December 03 to 14, Poland will host the 24th Conference of the Parties (COP24), the key meeting of the stakeholders of […]

Time to Listen to Severely Threatened Islands

For the first time, a paradise in danger will host the UN climate talks. Can Fiji’s presidency bring about the desperately needed global partnerships for island nations? 03.11.2017 | by ALISON SINGER The 23rd UN Climate Change Conference will take place November 6 to 17, in Bonn, Germany. The government of Fiji with its Prime […]

Two freighters are preparing to transit the Panama Canal starting at Gatun Locks on the Atlantic side © Matthew Ragen/veer

Does Climate Change Threaten the Future of the Panama Canal?

Panama’s economic prospects are bright. Yet global warming may endanger one of the country’s main sources of revenue and growth – the Panama Canal. It’s essential to build resilience around one of the world’s most important waterways. Panama has made itself into a financial hub in the Americas. Over the past five years, its economy […]