Have International Climate Negotiations Outlived Their Usefulness?
When I talk about the climate process to the uninitiated, they always insist that there has to be a better way. The trouble is, there may not be.
America's Obsession With Competition Is Making Our Lives Worse
Our refusal to learn from Europe is contributing to our overworked, hyper-stressed way of life.
Why It's Vital for the U.N. to Agree on a Plan for Loss and Damage
Advocates say an agreement on Loss and Damage is crucial for less-wealthy countries. But where's the cash?
Women Saving the Planet: Jo Tyndall of New Zealand
Tyndall is a co-chair of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change's ad hoc working group on the Paris Agreement.
Women Saving the Planet: Duduzile Nhlengethwa-Masina of Swaziland
Without access to the right technologies, countries are left to confront complex problems without the sufficient tools to solve them.
Women Saving the Planet: Christiana Figueres of Costa Rica
The former executive secretary of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change sees women as the solution to climate change, rather than victims.