Who cares if the world drowns?

December 19, 2007

Afsan Chowdhury on the U.N. Climate Change Conference at Bali

US Congress takes a small "green" step

December 16, 2007

Republicans stall environment-friendly energy bill in Senate

Our best stories for 2007: Environment

December 14, 2007
U.N. Climate Change Conference in turmoil over mandatory targets for reducing carbon emissions by 2020

Our best stories for 2007: Asia

December 7, 2007
Afsan Chowdhury on climate change, environmental refugees, and the Bali conference

Climate change election topples Howard government

December 5, 2007

Dr. Clive Hamilton: Ratification of the Kyoto protocol is not a symbolic act

Australia, frontline of the climate-change crisis

November 24, 2007

As Australia goes to the polls, Phillip Adams says solutions to the climate crisis require global unity

Flood disaster ravages Uganda

September 27, 2007

With no contingency plan in place, and a paltry budget, The Ugandan Ministry of Disaster Preparedness, was caught off balance. According to Emmanuel Gyehazo of the Ugandan newspaper, The Monitor, the government ignored a meteorological report warning of potential flood rains. Criticising the government's delayed reaction Gyehazo said, "like they say, until it rains don't…

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August 9, 2007
Afsan Chowdhury has spent years dealing with crisis and disaster management in South Asia. In a phone interview from Dhaka, he says the latest monsoon flooding will have a long-term socio-economic impact on the most poor.

George Monbiot on climate change

December 20, 2006

Interview with George Monbiot

December 20, 2006

On global warming

December 20, 2006