Tag Archives: climate change

American and French Investment in Hydrogen Energy is a Step Forward to Achieving 2050 Net-Zero Emission Goals

By: John Dennis On October 13, 2023, the Biden-Harris Administration announced a seven-billion-dollar investment in the United States’ first clean hydrogen hubs, claiming that these projects will provide new career opportunities and abide by President Biden’s climate change goals. This investment comes after the Department of Energy committed to establishing a twenty-million-dollar fund to help […]

Addressing the Disparity in Climate Change Discussions Between Poor and Rich Countries

By: Savannah Valentine November 8, 2021 Compared to wealthier countries, low-income countries emit far less pollutants. For instance, out of the ten biggest polluters, seven are wealthy countries. In 2021, China, the United States, and Russia together were responsible for emitting 47% of the world’s total greenhouse gasses. Yet, these poorer, developing countries are given […]

Why The UN Human Rights Council’s Recent Recognition of a Healthy Environment as a Human Right Is Significant to Climate Change Justice Globally

By: Robert Keilson, November 3, 2022 On October 8th, 2021, the United Nations Human Rights Council recognized a “safe, clean, healthy, and sustainable environment” as a human right for the first time in its history. Proposed by Costa Rica, the Maldives, Slovenia, and Switzerland, Resolution 48/13 was supported by “more than 1,300 civil society organizations […]

Trudeau’s Future of the Keystone XL Pipeline? Or America’s Future?

BY GAVIN RYNARD – “I certainly feel that Canada could have taken a different tack towards issues on energy and environment over the past 10 years. That’s certainly what I’m focused on, going forward.”[1] – Justin Trudeau Justin Trudeau, Canada’s newly elected liberal Prime Minister has focused on the environment during his campaign, but has been […]