What Is ‘Green Colonialism’ And How Do We Decolonise Policy?

Green Colonialism urgently needs to be acknowledged and addressed to decolonise and de-Westernise climate change policies. Renewable energy and conservation policies around the world are curtailing and harming Indigenous land rights and communities. Climate policies need to be decolonised by addressing Green Colonialism and ensuring representation and collaboration of Indigenous Communities and the Global South.

Ecological Consequences Of Dam Destruction: A Focus On The Nova Kakhovka Dam

The Nova Kakhova Dam destruction in June 2023 was one of the largest environmental disasters of our time. Significant downstream impacts were nitrogen, phosphorus and metal pollution, loss of protected habitats, water logging, loss of biodiversity and marine pollution. Upstream impacts were loss of irrigation and drinking water supply, reduction in hydropower capacity and habitat destruction.

2024 Bilateral Offsets: Is The First Paris Agreement Carbon Credit Trading Meaningful?

Carbon credit trading includes limiting emissions, carbon taxes, and trading schemes [1]. Paris Agreement's Article 6 enables voluntary cooperation for emission reduction targets [5][6]. Swiss-Thailand carbon transaction faces greenwashing critiques and oversight concerns [7][8][9].