It’s not Smooth Sailing for Japanese Whaling 

Global Panorama, Flickr On April 3rd, 2021, four whaling vessels left Ishinomaki and Hachinohe on Japan’s eastern coast. In June, they will be joined by a fifth vessel. These boats are setting out to partake in a highly controversial practice – commercial whaling. This practice has been halted worldwide since

‘The future we want’ – The Escazú Agreement and environmental democracy in Latin America

More than eight years after the Rio Conference on Sustainable Development, the first legally binding agreement emerging from it will enter into force in April: the Escazú Agreement. It is praised as a unique treaty breathing new life into the fight for environmental democracy and justice in Latin America and

▶︎ Talking Greenish S2E3 – China, a New Climate Champion?

Talking Greenish is the podcast series discussing all things climate change. In Episode three, we discuss the announcement from September 2020 where Xi Jinping declared that China will be carbon neutral by 2060 and peak in carbon output by 2030. We therefore go into China’s current policies regarding climate as

▶︎ Talking Greenish: S2E2 – Islands at Risk with Komal Narayan

Talking Greenish is the podcast dealing with all things climate change related. For this episode we follow up on our previous episode, on the importance of the oceans, by speaking with Fiji climate activist Komal Narayan. We got to hear about how very real the effects of climate change already

▶︎ Talking Greenish: Episode 4 – Activism

Talking Greenish: The podcast dealing with all things climate policy. In the fourth episode of our podcast series we discuss global activism. We start with Fridays for Future (FFF), continue with Firedrill Fridays and Extinction Rebellion and discuss how FFF has changed the global discourse. We also present some theories