With atmospheric carbon at record highs, climate talks need to keep pace.
Climate talks in Qatar marked the first time Arab youth turned out in full force to solicit action.
Loss and damage has been a subject of much discussion here in Doha.
So far at COP 18, there is a frightening absence of leadership and commitment.
More people than ever are talking about how nature can help us adapt to climate change impacts.
These discussions and debates will likely dominate the year’s most important climate change conference.
Extra income from biodiversity payments could give some communities even more incentive to protect their forests.
As a country already deeply affected by climate change, Qatar needs to find sustainable methods of replenishing its stores of water and food.
As a young activist at Rio-92, I was unaware that the historic meeting would influence the course of my career.
The race toward a global climate agreement has been neither easy nor straightforward.