Prakash Kashwan (UConn): Greening a Machiavellian State? Insights for International Environmental Governance. Alyssa Johl (CIEL) and Sebastien Duyck (Lapland): Promoting Human Rights in the Future Climate Regime. Sandra B. Zellmer (Nebraska): Treading Water While Congress Ignores the Nation's Environment. We need a war on coal: Peter Singer on why it’s wrong for affluent Westerners to inflict the damages of climate change on the world’s poor. Will coal survive the EPA’s new carbon rules? The EPA unveils a rule that could make it impossible to build new coal plants for years to come (and more and more and more). Nora Caplan-Bricker on how the EPA case could determine the fate of Obama's ambitious climate plan. What have we actually learned about global warming in the last 25 years? Climate science has advanced a lot since 1990 — but it's striking how many basic conclusions have stayed the same. How much global warming will happen before you kick the bucket? Stephan Lewandowsky, James Risbey, and Naomi Oreskes on how climate change is not all disaster and uncertainty. Lindsay Abrams interviews Bill McKibben: “Being green won’t solve the problem”. Can we finally have a serious talk about population? Chris Mooney reviews Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth? by Alan Weisman (and more). Who, we ask now, will populate the Greenland of the melting princess, fill the single clear window we have on climate change? They’re taking over: Tim Flannery reviews Stung! On Jellyfish Blooms and the Future of the Ocean by Lisa-ann Gershwin.