Speaking to an audience still reeling from the election of Donald Trump as America's next president, climate activist Naomi Klein outlined important solutions to address global climate and human rights concerns.
Christian Downie –
If Donald Trump turns away from climate action as George W. Bush did, Europe and China can respond by forming an alliance that will turn the United States from a climate leader into a follower.
Andrew Norton –
In the face of increasing links between a populist nationalist agenda and climate denial, IIED director Andrew Norton calls for a better political offer, and more effective leadership and mobilisation to tackle the grave climate action challenge.
Manish Bapna and Kevin Moss –
Holidays like Black Friday, Boxing Day or Singles Day tend to prompt a shopping frenzy, but we need to transform our business models if we are to have inclusive economic growth and societal well-being, say WRI's Kevin Moss and Manish Bapna.
Delegates were united in their defiance against the US President-elect at COP 22, but failed to come up with policies to further the fight against climate change, says Australian National University's Luke Kemp.
With climate change denier Donald Trump to take office as the next US President, is there still anything positive to look forward to in the energy and climate world? Yes, says Sindicatum Sustainable Resources' CEO, Assaad Razzouk.