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Klaus Dodds looks at how health emergencies can affect global geopolitics
Alarmingly, nothing unexpected happened in Madrid
If the 2016 vote for Brexit was described as a political earthquake in the United Kingdom, then the 2019 general election is the equivalent to the tsunami that followed
Urban photography marries themes and passages from TS Eliot in a striking look at London
The January issue’s dramatic cover image was designed to highlight the overwhelming problem of garbage pollution in our planet’s seas. We caught up with Karl Taylor, the photographer behind this shot, to see how and why the image was created
Protestors from the global south were physically removed yesterday from the Madrid climate conference. However, a civil society armed with climate science refuses to be left out in the cold
Can 3D printing play a role in enabling museums to ‘decolonise’ and return artefacts to their countries of origin? These researchers think so
Climate NGOs point fingers at nations holding back climate crisis efforts
The Paris Agreement has reached adolescence. Its final stages of development require consensus on the highly contentious Article Six
A report presented at COP25 highlights the trouble with tourism, but does the future of holiday travel cast an even darker shadow?
Half the world’s population currently has access to the internet, but with its growth now slowing, there could be significant implications for global development
The four-day week is often held as being of benefit to human well-being, but what would working fewer hours really mean for the environment?
Victorien Erussard is the co-leader and president of the Energy Observer expedition, the first ship to sail around the world powered only by hydrogen, wind and solar power. The expedition will take six years to complete and the crew recently completed stage one of the journey, finishing in London
For the 25th time in history, the United Nations has convened for its annual two-week summit, trying to collectively solve the climate crisis. But is the will there to make real change?
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year’s Rising Star winner brings us a nature study in white

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