Arthur Wyns - environmental journalist

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The first week of COP23 has come to an end, and an army of delegates has been negotiating the details of how to implement the Paris Agreement. The second week is kicking off with a a lot at stake, while many of the negotiating points are being delayed. With ministers arriving in Bonn, the pressure… » read more

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U.S. cities come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. At COP23, a panel of US mayors came together to illustrate the importance of city clusters to reach decarbonization. By Leena Eldeeb Since the United States withdrew from the Paris Agreement in June, U.S. cities have demonstrated that decision-making on matters like climate action need… » read more

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BONN, Germany The European Union and Australia told a global conference to discuss climate policy that discussions on finance should not be included in negotiations for loss and damage because “not every disaster is caused by climate change.” By Alanah Torralba Loss and damage refers to inevitable costs of natural disasters and slow onset events… » read more

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By Arthur Wyns   Business is turning green: innovation, and sustainability have become more and more entwined. In addition, a new generation of green entrepreneurs is emerging, with a growing number of people that are founding their own start-ups while, in the same breath, tackling the defining environmental problems of our time. There are, however,… » read more

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