A friend and I were talking recently about how gathering information about the pervasive nature of climate change is out of reach for most of us. It is not news to anyone that we suffer from an information overload, and it is no different with the matter at hand. The complexity of climate change meansContinue reading “Climate Change, Ping-Pong, Morality And More”
We are worse off than we had anticipated, and we must prepare for a much hotter future. However, the focus should only be on what we can and should do (i.e., prepare), and nothing else.
What do you do when you face an existential threat that causes catastrophic weather events almost whimsically, but you have been perpetuating the underlying causes for a little under a couple of hundred years?
You have two choices –
The pièce de resistance, if I may, and the first part of this two-part post is the proposal to revamp the legacy Emission Trading System.
When I was a postgraduate student studying public policy in Singapore back in 2015, I took a class on the Economics and Governance of Climate Change. I remember writing a paper on Sino-US tensions on climate action, adaptation, and mitigation which included commentary on China’s attempts at establishing a carbon market. Here is an excerptContinue reading “China, Carbon Markets, and Climate Change”