The National People’s Congress of China has now concluded its annual session in Beijing.
A new study in PNAS finds that aid provided by the United Nations (UN) in the aftermath of climate-related disasters is driven by humanitarian need rather than by strategic donor interests. The results underline the importance of climate-related hazards for understanding aid disbursements.
The fossil fuel-based energy system contributes to environmental and climate problems. Climate-driven energy policies will affect the geopolitics of energy.
Assessing prospects for Zero Hunger requires an understanding of food security that goes beyond humanitarian issues to include linkages with geopolitics.
This brief shows how the EU Commission’s approach to just transition may influence the politics of decarbonization within the EU.
This article develops an innovative theoretical framework to understand the factors that influence the governance responses of international organizations to adaptation challenges in the context of their respective issue areas.
Can China actually lead the Green Revolution? And can global emissions ever significantly go down if China does not play its part?
This paper aims to decipher the literature on SDG interactions by providing an overview of the current research, based on a sample of 70 peer-reviewed articles.