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How Russia Wins the Climate Crisis

On Dec 16, 2020
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Climate change is propelling enormous human migrations, transforming global agriculture and remaking the world order — and no country stands to gain more than Russia.

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How Russia Wins the Climate Crisis

How Russia Wins the Climate Crisis

Climate change is propelling enormous human migrations, transforming global agriculture and remaking the world order — and no country stands to gain more than Russia.

The Great Climate Migration

The Great Climate Migration

New research suggests climate change will cause humans to move in unprecedented numbers. The Times Magazine partnered with ProPublica and data scientists to understand how.

Review Permafrost livelihoods: A transdisciplinary review and analysis of thermokarst-based systems of indigenous land use

Review Permafrost livelihoods: A transdisciplinary review and analysis of thermokarst-based systems of indigenous land use

In a context of scientific and public debates on permafrost degradation under global climate change, this article provides an integrated review and an…

The big crisis ahead is climate change – and we can’t say we didn’t see it coming

The big crisis ahead is climate change – and we can’t say we didn’t see it coming

Will we use this recent experience for a collective, systemic, sustainable change?

Where Will Everyone Go?

Where Will Everyone Go?

ProPublica and The New York Times Magazine, with support from the Pulitzer Center, have for the first time modeled how climate refugees might move across international borders. This is what ...

Climate Whiplash: Wild Swings in Extreme Weather Are on the Rise

Climate Whiplash: Wild Swings in Extreme Weather Are on the Rise

As the world warms, scientists say that abrupt shifts in weather patterns — droughts followed by severe floods, or sudden and unseasonable fluctuations in temperature — are intensifying, ...

The Polar Vortex Is Just The Beginning — Here’s How Climate Change Is Hitting Middle America

The Polar Vortex Is Just The Beginning — Here’s How Climate Change Is Hitting Middle America

“Too many people see climate change as a coastal issue,” said one expert.

Why I Believe Climate Change Is Not the End of the World

Why I Believe Climate Change Is Not the End of the World

Climate change isn't causing wars, making disasters worse, or causing food shortages. A visit to the Congo illustrates why that is.

In a Historic Wildfire Season, It’s Time to Follow the Lead of Young Campaigners

In a Historic Wildfire Season, It’s Time to Follow the Lead of Young Campaigners

Faced with historic wildfires on the West Coast and in Siberia, it’s tempting to simply give up. But giving up is generational aggression: it consigns the planet’s young people to an ...

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Many of the world’s top climate scientists — Kevin Anderson, James Hansen, Michael E. Mann, Michael Oppenheimer, Naomi Oreskes, Stefan Rahmstorf, Eric Rignot, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, ...

GET TO KNOW OUR GLOBAL MEDIA MENTORSHIP TEAM

GET TO KNOW OUR GLOBAL MEDIA MENTORSHIP TEAM

With 10 years of experience in the media field as an editor (both in and out of Egypt), Rahma has reported for the Scientific American, was selected as one of the 50 most inspirational ...

Climate Change

Climate Change

Purpose This position statement (1) summarizes the scientific basis for the conclusion that human activities are the primary cause of recent global warming; (2) describes the significant ...

International Cooperation on Climate Change

International Cooperation on Climate Change

Council on Foreign Relations 9/11 Academic Conference Call on international cooperation on climate change with Andrew Revkin.

The Consequences of Climate Change Are Already Visible in Siberia

The Consequences of Climate Change Are Already Visible in Siberia

Recent temperatures spikes in Siberia make clear that global warming is already transforming the Arctic.

Lessons from a genocide can prepare humanity for climate apocalypse

Lessons from a genocide can prepare humanity for climate apocalypse

The bad news is that our slow-motion ecological catastrophe demands new ways of thinking. The good news? We’ve faced the end of the world before.