Although the Biden administration has taken steps to address climate change, US policymakers and elites are split on the issue's threat level.
Council surveys find an American public split on the threat of climate change but open to cooperative efforts to limit its effects.
Gloria Dabek and Alyssa Kreps examine how integrating a climate lens into foreign policy and national security will have ripple effects on both domestic and global food security.
Robert Muggah discusses the conflicts of climate change in West Africa.
From technocracy to critical pragmatism in the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Seriously addressing the region’s plastic apocalypse will require moving beyond blunt moves such as plastic bag bans.
Robert Muggah, research director of the Igarapé Institute in Rio de Janeiro, joins Deep Dish to discuss the myriad problems across Brazil.
Tom Pepinsky of Cornell University and the Brookings Institution joins Deep Dish to discuss the overcrowded capital city Jakarta’s sinking.
As extreme weather increasingly uproots communities and economies, leading experts Simon Dalby and Joshua Busby join Deep Dish to predict how climate change will affect foreign policy.
Threats like water scarcity, urbanization, and climate change require governments to be flexible, and to build flexibility into their institutions.