Ming Chun Tang


Ming Chun Tang is the senior editor of ThinkLandscape.

By this writer

In this news roundup: EU passes landmark nature restoration law, Google emissions soar due to AI, and extreme heat threatens Paris Olympics.

What we learned at IUFRO Stockholm 2024

Forests provide us with countless resources. But what do they mean to us, really? We asked participants at IUFRO Stockholm 2024.

In this news roundup: Half of mangroves at risk of collapse, EU elections deal blow to climate action, and Total executives face criminal case

At GLF Peatlands 2024, we gathered 1,200 people to explore innovative ways to protect the climate solution we forgot: peatlands.

On World Peatlands Day, brush up on your peatland knowledge with these 10 articles on our most oft-forgotten climate solution.

In this news roundup: PFAS causes cardiovascular disease, nature arrives on Spotify, and why cloud seeding didn’t cause Dubai floods

In this news roundup: more climate records fall, ECHR deems climate inaction a human rights violation and wartime hunger soars in Sudan

In this news roundup: Scientists vote against Anthropocene, Panama Canal drought pushes shipping ashore, and why the Earth is turning greener

In this exclusive interview, Vandana Shiva explains why Indian farmers are protesting again – and how India can regain its food sovereignty.

Last month, COP28 saw a historic agreement to “transition away” from fossil fuels. But what does that mean for humanity’s future?

In this news roundup: Azerbaijan ex-oil baron to lead COP29, global warming set to hit 1.5°C in 2024, and how solar geoengineering could work

Looking to attend climate events in 2024? Check out our list of this year’s biggest environmental conferences, summits and more.

Sandrine Dixson-Declève, co-president of the Club of Rome, shares her reaction to a disappointing agreement at the COP28 climate summit in Dubai.

In this news roundup: Countries agree loss and damage funding, fossil fuel controversy at COP28, and the green promise of white hydrogen