A new scholarly review article by CSSN Scholars Wouter Poortinga and Stuart Capstick—as well as Lorraine Whitmarsh—examines limitations of existing research on behavioral change to address climate change, and explores avenues for higher impact intervention.
A new academic article by CSSN Scholar Wim Carton et al. identifies climate justice risks with net zero accounting. The authors call for separate targets for land-based & fossil fuel carbon, a move away from global carbon markets, and limits on overshoot scenarios.
CSSN scholar Martin Hultman is featured in a new Anthology "Visions for a Post-Covid World: Defining a Radically New Normal." Hultman argues that laws and norms need to be changed to leave anthropocentric extractive logic behind.
Scholars are just beginning to unearth the complex network of organizations built to block climate action. This brief primer points out the history of climate opposition, ten key players, their playbook, and how they interact to influence the media and political agenda.
In anticipation of the March 25th release of the National Academies report on solar geoengineering, this brief CSSN primer outlines three areas of key questions to ask about any effort to advance solar geoengineering research using public funds.