In recognition of the holiday our blog today will be a review of the pieces we’ve published over the past few weeks.
From the ground in Warsaw, here are some of the most important things witnessed during the COP19 negotiations.
The not in my backyard syndrome is best known as NIMBY and NIMBYites are battling to protect their own little neck of the woods.
The case for renewable energy based micro grids for energy access is strong — what’s stopping them from selling?
As the Warsaw negotiations continue, here at Sense & Sustainability we’ll continue the discussion of international climate change treaties.
As negotiations continue in Warsaw this week, S&S looks at some recent international climate change treaties.
While Canada is among the most developed countries in the world, the living conditions of its Aboriginal peoples more closely resemble those of much poorer nations.
The vast majority of climate scientists agree that warming trends through the past century are the result of human activity. Amid all of the observable change and big data, have we changed our minds?
Why is it that astronauts, upon witnessing the earth from outer space, become systematically inclined to care deeply for the environment and man’s place within it? Frank White and Jisung discuss how the Overview Effect can make a world of difference.
What to expect at the upcoming COP19: Should developed countries compensate developing countries for loss and damages from climate change? How should we regulate sustainable technology sharing among countries?