By Ricarda Blümcke On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared Covid-19 a pandemic. At that point, our planet had already warmed by 1.2C since pre-industrial times. What followed this were unprecedented restrictions, encompassing travel constraints, working and studying from home, and business closures worldwide – dramatically reducingContinue Reading

By Helena Reinders Five years ago, over 180 countries and the European Union signed the Paris Agreement, also known as COP 21. By doing so, they all agreed that by 2020 all those who signed should hand in their new climate policy plans. Between the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the UnitedContinue Reading