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An interesting thread by Charles Grant, the director of the Centre for European Reform, who explains the impact of Donald Trump’s four years, Joe Biden’s election, and the coronavirus pandemic on global politics over the next decade.
Our new research shows Greenland’s largest glaciers are losing ice faster than previously thought. It is very likely to start melting at rates that we haven’t seen for at least 130,000 years.
The climate is on the ballot in Georgia on January 5. If the southern state elected two Democrats to the senate, there might be a chance to pass the required legislation to tackle the climate crisis.
Two weeks ago, the United States formally left the Paris Climate Agreement, becoming the first country to ever leave an international pact on climate change.
Could there be anything more symbolic of the high stakes of the US election, for America and for the world?
The proposed EU-Mercosur deal would guarantee cheap beef and lock in further deforestation. But our new research shows it is possible to transform trade for the better.
From healthcare, to the environment, immigration and racial justice, which areas of Barack Obama’s legacy were the most vulnerable – and most resilient – during Donald Trump’s first term?