As we push for the huge transitions that climate change requires, we must ensure that arguments of solidarity and cooperation prevail over those of self-interest and competition
After years of negotiation, last year’s climate conference was rightly hailed as a success. We now need to ensure that the best deal politics could get produces the global transformation we need
How should we define ‘success’ at the UN climate meeting in December? Can we square civil society’s hopes for a robust treaty with the framework that is likely to emerge?