The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) will meet in London next week to set a concrete target to lower international shipping emissions in the next few decades. Could a decarbonised maritime industry be on the horizon?
Fabrice Flipo –
A carbon tax does not a model country make. In the case of France and Sweden, it obscures issues of outsourced emissions, historical responsibility for climate change and the social inequality, argues Fabrice Flipo.
Nandan Sharalaya –
No President, no problem: Following Trump's announcement that the US would quit the Paris Agreement, mayors around the world are pledging to step up. Here's why cities care about climate change and how that's a good thing for all of us.
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.
The inadequate response to climate change and environmental degradation is not due to irrational leadership, but rather due to the tragedy of the commons. Portsmouth Business School economics lecturer Petros Sekeris suggests ways to overcome this collective inaction.
Biofuels are becoming big policy and big business as countries around the world look to decrease petroleum dependence, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the transportation sector, and support agricultural …