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Will dampen the greenhouse effect by manipulating the atmosphere with synthetic emissions

Geoff Mann and Joel Wainwright: Climate Leviathan. A Political Theory of Our Planetary Future

: When climate becomes the main focus of cross-border politics, it is not necessarily good news. Clima Leviathan tries to give a political forecast for the climate crisis.

The Georgian dogs

: Join Georgia, where street dogs are served ice cream and cheese bread and receive the necessary medical treatment at state veterinary clinics.

First aid for the last people

Gary Shapiro / Bruno Latour: Nietzsche's Earth: Great Politics, Great Events / Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime

: Where Nietzsche 150 years ago advocated a high-flying and prophetic geophilosophy, Latour continues with a both poetic and down-to-earth polemic about climate agreements and the overall state of the planet. 

Entrepreneurs in the desert sun

: Who would have thought that Morocco is a pioneer in the field of solar energy and is investing heavily in achieving ambitious climate goals?

California Dreaming?

David Vogel: California Greenin '- How Golden State Became and Environmental Leader

: In his new book, Professor David Vogel describes how the state in a number of areas has managed to implement its own regulations to support economic and cultural development and growth.

The sky is not falling

: In many ways, the world is becoming an ever better place to be, for more and more people. According to Bjørn Lomborg, professor at the Copenhagen Business School, we can thank broad economic growth for this.

Is Section 112 of the Constitution seriously intended?

: In the climate law case that Greenpeace and Nature and Youth have filed against the state, the Grandparents' climate action, which I represent, is a party helper. The Oslo District Court's ruling in January this year is a slap in the face to those who have seen the provision in Section 112 of the Constitution as a protection of important environmental interests. The verdict has been appealed and will come up in the Court of Appeal in November 2019. Whatever the outcome, it will probably end up in the Supreme Court.

A long-limbed, coal-eating grasshopper 

: Lignite is the dirtiest of all power sources. Ny Tid recently visited the shrinking Jänschwalde mine in Germany. Visits to the mining landscape were previously strictly forbidden to the public.

The dying city

: Taranto is known as the city by the two seas and for its world-famous olives and clams. But the Italian coastal city has also become one of Europe's most polluted cities.

Give me back "68"

: Can the 68 gene emerge in a new form and form the basis for the development of a sustainable society?

Emperor's green clothes

Kathrin Hartmann: The Green Lie. World saving as a profitable business model

: The term "greenwashing" became part of our language after eco-thinking became trendy, and states and corporations realized that they could wash dirty affairs with beautiful promises.

Our narrative memory loss

Martin Lee Mueller: Being Salmon, Being Human. Encountering the Wild in Us and Us in the Wild

: Martin Lee Mueller has written an unusual book with the life and history of salmon as the focal point. It must be among the most important books published in a very, very long time.