17.07.20

Shifting lives in the mangroves: Is concrete the way forward in rebuilding the Sunderbans?

by Megnaa Mehtta and Debjani Bhattacharyya    Since 2007, the Bay of Bengal basin has seen at least 15 major cyclones, including Sidr in 2007, Aila in 2009, Phailin in 2013, Hudhud in 2014, Bulbul in 2019 and Amphan this year. Amphan made landfall in the Sunderbans, home to five million people, on May 20. […]

05.06.19

It’s time to break out your ‘Save the Rainforest’ T-Shirt – and reflect on your consumption and voting habits while you’re at it

Escalating environmental and social destruction in Brazil needs to be stopped urgently to protect vital biomes and their inhabitants in order to halt further deforestation, extinction and global warming. Why should we care and what can we do?

10.05.18

If we ever have a ‘Green Economy’ would we know that we live in one?

What makes a green economy?

26.04.18

Why lower-income countries shouldn’t follow the example of rich countries for their water management

Potential problems associated with developing countries modelling their water management on a ‘western ideal’

05.04.18

The Sisyphean task of addressing carbon emissions through forest conservation: reflections from a REDD+ workshop

Can forests save the world from the climate crisis?

08.03.18

Sturgeon: Unlikely Geopolitical Subjects

Hannah Dickinson writes about how geopolitics are enacted around – and through – sturgeon, inspired by the 8th International Symposium on Sturgeon (ISS8).