In the run-up to the summit, it would be wise to reassess the strategy for climate engagement.
ICJ’s advisory opinion can help hold big emitters legally accountable.
The SDG theme of peace and security has failed to reignite optimism.
There are alternative pathways to avert danger.
The climate journey is not impossible to navigate.
Climate change cannot be addressed in isolation.
It is important to highlight the need for the interim government to keep climate high on the agenda.
Food systems are responsible for 34pc of global GHG emissions.
The lack of agreement on agenda set the tone of low trust.
Local communities must be involved in making decisions.
The list of ‘essential actions is long.
Vulnerability is not limited to economic losses.
The COP28 presidency can set out an actionable plan.
The window of opportunity for a liveable future is closing fast.
The dynamic power of the diaspora enables them to become influencers.
A global deal for nature can be achieved.
We are living in the most dangerous time in human history...
The negotiated outcome reflects the paradoxical, turbulent yet powerful times we live in.
The planet is hurtling towards its sixth extinction and pinning hopes only on futuristic technologies is not a safe option.
Over half the global GDP is at risk due to nature loss...