Elon Musk is a master in attracting attention with provocative oneliners and suggestive tweets. Many of those are aimed at boosting his green image, and that of his companies and products. Like Tesla electric cars. The facts, however, often tell a different story.
Driving an EV is better for the climate. But that does not mean everyone can have their own. That would make climate problems even worse.
While water and fire descend over more and more places in the world and torment society, the climate movement is holding itself hostage in a paralyzing division.
Chances are that 2022 will go down in the books as the end of European peace after WWII. It was an era of humanity. But in 2022, dehumanization set in.
If we achieve net-zero emissions yet overlook, because of carbon tunnel vision, human rights, or fail to safeguard biodiversity, what will this mean for the wellbeing of people and the planet?
Scientists from two Swedish and one British institution argue that the concept of a circular economy and circular business models are flawed.
Richard Heinberg explains why hi-tech fixes can’t solve the climate crisis, and only a dramatic change in our way of life can.
IPCC reports still underestimate risk for extreme climate events because of downplaying language and choice of calculation methods.
Ursula von der Leyen has discovered that doing nothing about climate change is getting too expensive. Political smalltalk in a killer climate