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Climate Change is Global but Judicial Solutions are not

By: Max Matiauda, November 27, 2021 The recent CoP26 climate summit invited substantial criticism by failing to adopt sanctions on, require compensation from, or create liability for major greenhouse gas polluters. This was not for lack of demand, however, as the Least Developed Countries (LDC) and youth groups spent their press conferences describing the mounting […]

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 […]