David Wallace-Wells

David Wallace-Wells

David Wallace-Wells is a columnist and opinion writer for The New York Times.

Marieke Faber

Marieke Faber

Marieke Faber is a partner at law firm NautaDutilh.

Megan O’Toole

Megan O’Toole

Megan O’Toole is an award-winning investigative and data journalist with a career spanning two decades.

Angelo C. Louw

Angelo C. Louw

Angelo C. Louw is an award-winning documentarian and social justice activist based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Aerial view of Warraber (Sue) Island, Torres Strait

How courts can help protect human rights amid climate change

A growing number of legal cases around the world have proved successful in getting governments to commit to climate action, but in the U.S. barriers to this strategy remain.

Legborsi Saro Pyagbara

Legborsi Saro Pyagbara

Legborsi Saro Pyagbara is executive director of the Indigenous Centre for Energy and Sustainable Development, ICE-SD.

Augustine Njamnshi

Augustine Njamnshi

Augustine Njamnshi is a lawyer with 26 years of experience in environmental policy and governance advocacy in Cameroon and the Central African subregion.

Tropical Cyclone Winston hits Fiji

When it comes to addressing global climate impacts, who should pay?

In 2016, Tropical Storm Winston hit the Pacific island of Fiji as the strongest recorded storm ever to make landfall in the Southern Hemisphere.

President Mary Robinson

President Mary Robinson

One of the world’s most respected advocates for climate justice and Ireland’s first woman President, Mary Robinson leads the Mary Robinson Foundation—Climate Justice, a center for thought leadership, education and advocacy for the poor and disempowered in the world that are disproportionately threatened by climate change.

Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar

Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar

Ili Nadiah Dzulfakar is the chair and program director of the climate justice and feminist organization Klima Action Malaysia (KAMY), led by young people to mobilize a climate emergency declaration in Malaysia.

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