Climate change is accelerating, with 2022 marking record emissions and 2023 on track to be the hottest year ever. The window is narrowing down for the world to align with a 1.5°C pathway. Regrettably, island nations have been neglected for too long and still require special attention in the context of climate change. In particular, it has become increasingly urgent to scale up renewable energy sources to ensure the security of their economies and environments, as well as a sustainable...Read more
Over the past few decades, the ‘Western model’ of growth, symbolised by the permeation of concrete buildings, cars and a...Read more
The ongoing change involving all sectors can be identified and defined as ecological humanism, a period in which man gradually...Read more
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