The case of Bret Stephens highlights the changing climate for conservative intellectuals, and the need for better standards.
Read along with the Global Comment editors as we catch up on the news of the day from Rio, the MH370 investigation, and more — and finish off with a bit of of fiction!
Research suggests the climate effect was undeniably stronger than the effect of unemployment.
Pope Francis has declared not only an embrace of climate science but a bold iteration of ecological values – all shrouded in religious language.
Should art limit itself to spread awareness about an issue or should it also suggest the solution?
The world is not now – and has never been – a static entity. Things change, and countries must learn to adapt to these changes. So whether or not the media is convinced that we all find international affairs “boring,” we have no choice but to learn.
What is the future of food production in a world of rapid climatic change and heightened weather extremes?
Protecting land for recreation became more important than protecting people’s bodies.
With an Australian Federal election coming up later this year, the truthiness of Abbott and his party will be of ever-greater importance.
The Commons enterprise feels bewildering.