One Big COP Out: A Postcolonial Critique of COP26

Robyn Moffat explores the contradictory nature of COP26 and stresses the need for a postcolonial approach to climate activism. “To make a real change, we need a seat at the table” were the impassioned words of activist Catalina Santelices Brunel, representing Latinas for Climate, at COP26 this year. In theory, the United Nation’s Coalition of…

Individual vs Corporate action in the fight against climate change

Hollie Parry argues that there is an unjust amount of blame put onto individuals in the fight against climate change while the responsible corporations come away largely unscathed. As the Climate Clock in Times Square counts us down to a tipping point of irreversible change, many agree that more needs to be done to combat…

Shrouded in Haze: The U.S. West Coast Wildfire Rampage

Nathan Yang looks at the ongoing extreme wildfire season in multiple states on the West Coast United States. These record setting fires come as a result of intense weather events throughout the region, heatwaves, and other external causes which all stem from the human impact on global climate change. Over the past weeks, the view…