Attribution Science can play a leading role in figuring out which countries the money should flow to
The latest World Inequality Report shows tackling climate change and social injustice are part of a total political package.
Rising uncertainties are making global compromise and cooperation more unlikely
A decade ago, developed countries pledged to provide developing countries with USD 100 billion each year, from 2020 onwards.
If the United States fails to take decisive measures to combat climate change, it will become a poorer country facing more dramatic inequality, according to a study.
Deadly conflicts, horrific terrorist attacks and a worsening global humanitarian crisis have dominated 2015. Yet this year also saw a number of major international breakthroughs, most recently with the Climate Agreement in Paris. But for these agreements to bring us closer to a more peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world, 2016 must be all about action and implementation.