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The coronavirus pandemic led to an exponential increase in plastic and other waste production worldwide. However, Korea's government, corporate, and individual initiatives bring hope that a plastic-free society remains within reach.
We've all got to eat. And climate change is throwing us new challenges as to how to feed a global population that's getting bigger, more urban, and more affluent — and make sure the world's poorest have enough nutritious food too.
Enjoy nature? Well, do it while you can. We’re losing as many as 200 species a day, scientists say — plants, animals, birds, bugs — with cascading effects for all other species, including humans. And it's humans — our factories, cars,
Polar ice has a story to tell. Glaciologist Martin Siegert says we're heading toward a "stupid warm" future, and it's time to get smart. He lays it all out here — what's happening, what the ice is telling us, and what we need to do now.
In this first episode of the COAL+ICE podcast, top climate journalists talk about what these choices look like in China, South Africa and Brazil and what's being done, and needs to be done, to bend the curve on climate change.
Join the Center on U.S.-China Relations' Associate Director Mary Kay Magistad, for global conversations on what’s happening with climate change around the world, and what’s being done to bend the curve.
Was COP26 a success from an Indo-Pacific perspective? While some observers criticize that not enough commitments were made by participating countries, the summit did also yield a number of promising results.
Technological and nature-based solutions are becoming increasingly central tools in mitigating negative effects of climate change. However, there is no 'one size fits all' solution, and each region requires its own portfolio of responses.
Too few people in India can afford proper healthcare – 16 million people in India are at risk to fall into poverty because of the financial burden of needing to pay their medical bills. Therefore, a structural shift is urgently needed.
How China adapts to the net zero target is particularly significant because of the size of the economy and country. Whilst China is a giant emitter, its government has been putting forth efforts to reach the targets of the Paris agreement.