Hussh | Is the West turning its back on climate migrants

Is the West turning its back on climate migrants?

Unlike even a few years ago, scientists are almost unanimously aligned in their thinking: natural disasters are increasing at an alarming rate due to climate change. This increase is affecting communities around the world—and most notably and disproportionately those in already highly vulnerable regions.  The impact isn’t merely ecological but socio-economic too, resulting in masses migrating in search of safer …

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The intersection of climate action and social justice: Cultivating a society that prioritises kindness, generosity, and welfare

Life today is complex. We’re seeing a multitude of overlapping crises that require a multifaceted approach to encompass climate justice, social inequity, and a lack of economic progress. The path to a decarbonised and less polluted world must also strive for a fairer society on multiple fronts. We can no longer treat each crisis independent of the next, else we’re …

Hussh | The true compensation cost of excessive emissions revealed for historic responsibility

The true compensation cost of excessive emissions revealed for historic responsibility

Wealthier countries, including the United States and those in Europe, could find themselves facing an astronomical price tag of $170 trillion as reparations for their disproportionate carbon emissions, according to a groundbreaking study conducted by the University of Leeds.  The research sheds light on the glaring disparities in the remaining carbon capacity available to the world before triggering even more …