COP26: a weak deal completely ignoring climate justice

By Nick Gutkin Sustainability Analyst After dominating news headlines over the past two weeks, the much hyped 26th Conference of Parties (COP26) on Climate Change has concluded in Glasgow. As the most important climate change conference since Paris in 2015, this COP represented the year that countries were supposed to tighten their commitments to decreasingContinue reading “COP26: a weak deal completely ignoring climate justice”

Farmer protests: a representation of India’s inequalities

By Prateek Srivastava South Asia Analyst  India is more than two months into the wave of protests rocking the country. Thousands of farmers from all across the country have been camping outside New Delhi (1) in the braving winter and rain to protest the infamous New Farmer’s laws. As the country awaits its 72nd RepublicContinue reading “Farmer protests: a representation of India’s inequalities”