In January 2019, GLOBUS founded the Climate Emergency Coalition at the University of Warwick with Warwick Global Sustainable Development Society and the Warwick Climate Reality Campus Corps. In support, and to promote ‘PROJECT: Climate Emergency’, GLOBUS published a series exploring our Climate Emergency.
GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief Todd Olive describes the history of climate change science and denial, outlining the three doubts employed by climate sceptics, deniers, and ‘realists’, to slow the environmentalist movement: questioning whether climate change exists, whether humanity is culpable, and whether there is anything that we can do about it.
GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief Todd Olive outlines the current state of global climate affairs, detailing predictions by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the World Bank regarding the very serious danger to human and natural systems of leaving our climate emergency unchecked.
GLOBUS Editor-in-Chief Todd Olive takes a look at our role in preventing our climate emergency, introducing a university-wide campaign by the Climate Emergency Coalition to encourage our university to embody and lead the change that we all need to be.
GLOBUS Assistant Editor Lucy Jordan gives a first-hand account of the successes, and disappointments, of the Katowice Climate Conference.
GLOBUS Correspondent Gwendolyn Tan explores the varied and controversial challenges inherent in the question of climate ‘refugees’.