President-elect Joe Biden’s pledge to rejoin the Paris climate agreement sends an important signal to the world about US leadership. But the action will merely take us back to four years ago. To push us forward, on his first day in office,
Joe Biden’s inauguration last month brought two things with it: The end of conspicuous climate denial from the White House, and the continuation of unambitious decarbonisation policies presented as “green lifelines”. But whilst Biden has rejoined the
World leaders attending the upcoming UN Climate Action Summit are being urged to show up armed not with speeches but with plans to achieve carbon neutrality, reduce emissions and improve adaptation.
Your newspaper carried two reports of floods in two different locations in two different countries. As I sit writing this, the flood is in my backyard though I’m not from either of the locations. I am writing from Goa and though not much is reported about the flood situation here, I can say that the entire Konkan coast
Dating during the pandemic is becoming less complicated and risky for attorney Shelley O’Connor. Luis Parocua Jr. is no longer awakened by COVID-19 nightmares, triggered by the devastation he saw at his former hospital job.
After a new leadership team took over the government in the tiny western Balkan nation of Montenegro for the first time in decades and began looking through the books, they found what they described as shocking levels of corruption under the
Exactly a year after New Zealand recorded its first coronavirus case, the biggest city of Auckland woke up on Sunday to a second lockdown this month, as authorities try to keep a cluster of the more contagious UK variant in check.
Apricity. If you live in or near Chicago — or any place where the grey skies have brightened lately and you no longer feel as cold as death — this is the word you’ve been looking for. Even if you didn’t know you were looking for it, it’s the word you’ve