London. July 13, 2015.(College of the Atlantic) Representatives of climate-impacted communities and social movements in the global South are collaborating with international faith, labour, development, and environment NGOs to issue a clear “litmus test” of success for this year’s UN climate summit. While simply delivering any agreement in Paris may

As thousands die and roads melt in India’s sweltering heat wave and reports file in predicting the imminent collapse of Antarctica’s 12,000 year-old Larson B Icesheet, the Bonn Talks commence next Monday. Unfortunately, they begin with scientists weighing in on the dangerously insufficient ambition of developed countries’ Intended Nationally Determined