In a previous article, we referred to the deterioration of a series of grave problems regarding the disastrous degradation of the natural environment around the world, including climate change (or rather, climate crisis) and air pollution . These problems are ...

The public agenda in Turkiye was been relatively calmer for the first days of the New Year, when compared to the previous year. The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has welcomed the new year with his speech on the climate ...

By Michael Roberts * Inflation, risk of global recession, growing inequality and rising debt for the global south, global warming, war – I could go on. These are the fault-lines exhibited in the world economy in 2022.  What is to be ...

The increase in electricity prices is often presented today as just another supply shock, which is not exactly the case. For British households, the observed price increase, the highest since 2018, means a decrease in available income, and thus in ...

The agreement signed as a result of the United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference (COP26), which was recently held in Glasgow, Scotland, was found insufficient to reduce global warming and its effects. World leaders have agreed on a weak climate ...

By Micaela Constantini* From Sunday October 31 until November 12, the United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP26, has taken place. It is the first face-to-face summit in two years, with the participation of delegates from almost all ...