In this episode we discuss the importance of reactive Nitrogen species in the atmosphere in the context of food security, air pollution, and climate change.
In this episode we discuss sources and dynamics of atmospheric mineral dust, their role in Sub-Saharan Africa air quality, health, and climate.
In this episode, we discuss the development of infrastructure and the Anthropocene in the Himalayas with a key focus on the impact on Indigenous peoples and their activism.
In this episode we discuss inequalities and segregation as drivers of climate risks and vulnerability.
In this episode, we discuss the need for laws and regulations to respond to environmental issues and to create a sense of responsibility towards environmental resources at local, regional and international levels.
In this episode, we discuss the unique hazards that the Caribbean faces and how this is changing and increasing its vulnerability to climate change.
In this episode we discuss the traditional knowledges of indigenous peoples and their relevance and importance to mitigating and adapting to climate change and environmental challenges in general.
In this episode we discuss the implications of climate change on global conflict and peace, with a focus on climate migration and international cooperation.
In this episode we discuss environmental health, the risks affecting human health and well being, and the value of prevention rather than mitigation with a focus on the African continent.
In this episode we discuss the peatland fires in Indonesia and their air quality impact across Southeast Asia.