Close Menu

Earth Day: Hopes for COP26

Dean Kyte reflects on how issues of climate change have risen to the surface amid the COVID19 pandemic and how the COP26 Summit ought to address these critical challenges.

Our broken relationship with nature lies at the heart of the compound crises of COVID and climate change. Our recklessness, embedded in our economic systems, has also failed billions of people. This Earth Day, we will find new and more ways to work together to heal the planet. In so doing, we will reconnect with nature, and nature will help us to heal ourselves. We should then install a politics brave enough to interpret the science wisely for now and future generations so that every day is Earth Day.

Read More