This article explains the principle of cap-and-trade schemes where rich countries contribute monetarily to mitigate climate or ecosystem damage in poorer countries.
The article sets out the definition of transparency and the potential benefit, both on institutional and individual levels, of greater understanding of climate actions.
The ‘Mock’ COP26, which took place online at the end of 2020, was a student-run alternative to the postponed UN climate summit, COP26.
What are COP pavilions? Read on to find out more about these spaces for Party and Observer organisations to host events.
Since its inaugural conference in Berlin in 1995, COP has established a global forum for political leaders to tackle the climate crisis. COP has united almost every country on Earth under a single issue - an unprecedented diplomatic feat in global politics. However, has it always been successful?
This article explores the findings of the latest IPCC Assessment Report. Global warming and increase in GHG emissions are at their highest levels yet; the report concludes that significantly more action needs to be taken or temperatures will rise to 4 degrees above pre-industrial levels by the end of the century.