Archive: Climate

6 Articles

Arts & Culture
Climate Change
Environmental Justice
Erin Cline

How the Humanities Can Help With The Climate Crisis: How ethics, culture, and spirituality can galvanize climate action 

Our traditions and practices are often rooted in deep connections to the land – even when those practices are harmful to the environment. Professor Erin Cline discusses how…

October 17, 2022

Climate & Energy
Ryan Levandowski
The Breakdown

The Breakdown: Electric Vehicles

What does the future of electric vehicles look like? Georgetown Climate Center's Ryan Levandowski answers this and other questions you may have about EVs in this issue's…

October 17, 2022

Climate Change
Environmental Justice
Evan Barba

Should the Inflation Reduction Act Make Us Less Pessimistic about the Climate?: Professor Evan Barba’s perspective on the climate impacts of the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022

A cause for less pessimism? Professor Evan Barba shares his views on the Inflation Reduction Act and what it means for the.…

October 17, 2022

Climate & Energy
Environmental Health

Preparing for Climate Disasters

All sectors are–and will continue to be–increasingly affected by climate change. The medical field is no exception. Whether responding to patients adversely affected by…

October 2, 2022

Climate & Energy
Environmental Justice
Food & Water
Olúfẹ́mi O. Táíwò
Spring 2021

Cops, Climate, and COVID

The climate and COVID-19 crises are combining and compounding each other. How they interact is, primarily, a question of whom and what the political system chooses to protect:…

July 8, 2021

Environmental Health
Food & Water
Sheila Foster
Spring 2021
The Silo
Tiffany Ganthier

The Silo: Toxic Racism

Georgetown scholars Tiffany Ganthier, Laura Anderko, and Sheila R. Foster share their perspectives on environmental…

June 16, 2021