Will universal participation be achieved at the expense of the climate in 2015?
Guess post by Luke Kemp, PhD scholar…
With 2013 being an election year, a change of government in Australia might mean a change in climate policy as well.Read post →
After a 24 hour delay, delegates from more than 194 nations finally reached an agreement on a package of…Read post →
The COP18 concluded with the adoption of the “Doha Gateway”, a package composed of five different decisions.
Our team shares below its first take on what this package means in their various national context…
Depois de virar a madrugada de ontem, sociedade civil e delegações continuam esperando algum resultado. E não há sinal de que os países vão chegar a um consenso tão cedo…Read post →
The latest episode of Climate Theatre covers the origins of the Kyoto Protocol and the love binds that have been left behindRead post →
With 2 days left in the negotiations, these are top 10 talkers in Doha and will be the critical figures in shaping the Doha outcome.Read post →
Australia sends $40 on fossil fuel subsidies for every $1 it spends on climate financeRead post →
Climate scientists point out that the Australia emissions reduction targets won’t keep us below 2 degrees, and that many developing countries like South Africa and Brazil are in fact doing much, much more to combat climate changeRead post →
The love affair continues, but a shocking revelation leaves Australia uncertain if they will remain together forever. But it seems that one country is pushing them Poles apart.Read post →
Australia introduced the most ambitious policy in the world to regulate cigarette packaging, but Australia’s lack of ambition here at the UN climate negotiations threatens the health of all of us.Read post →
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