In her latest Chicago Tribune column, Elizabeth Shackleford argues that bigger countries must be the ones to lead the fight against climate change.
Nirmal Ghosh, Elise Labott, and Amna Nawaz join Ivo Daalder to discuss the week's top news stories.
Robert Muggah explores how "a flourishing ecosystem of criminal groups is busy sacking the forest and rivers for cash and power" in the Peruvian Amazon.
“A series of radical rulings makes America’s exhortations about promoting democracy ring hollow,” write Senior Fellows Elizabeth Shackelford and Dina Smeltz.
As climate change continues to displace people, those fleeing must be protected as refugees, argues John Slocum in Crain's Chicago Business.
Robert Muggah examines why "nature-based solutions that revalue and protect forests" are among the best strategies for combatting climate warming.
"The rampant spread of climate misinformation and disinformation has potentially dire implications for the Amazon Basin," cowrites Robert Muggah in the Washington Post.
“The global dependence on fossil fuels that drives this climate crisis also empowers some of the world’s worst actors,” writes Elizabeth Shackelford in the Chicago Tribune.
Ahead of Arbor Day, Nonresident Senior Fellow Karen Weigert discusses efforts in Chicago to create more wetlands and plant trees with WBEZ’s Reset.
The European Union has bold goals to wean itself from Russian energy. Can it succeed?