Bill Hare, CEO of Climate Analytics said that the Climate Action Tracker, which conducts independent scientific analysis of national commitments, has rated the U.S. pledge as “insufficient” because it’s dependent on policies that don’t yet exist.
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Bill Hare, the chief executive of Climate Analytics, comments on Australia's climate action and how there have been no policies put in place by the federal government that reduce emissions in any sector.
Bill Hare, CEO of Climate Analytics is quoted again commenting on Australia's federal government climate action plan: they have set no policies that will reduce emissions in any sector and continue to support fossil fuel, recently approving four new coal mines “Instead, we see continued support for fossil fuels – it recently approved four new coal mines and is subsidising new gas developments.”
Marina Andrijevic, research analyst at CA is cited in this article which features a vast network of female activists who are fighting to protect natural resources in a bit to also protect their own rights. Marina discusses climate climate change has a direct impact on women, "not because there is something inherently more vulnerable about women, but because of entrenched social structures that put them at a disadvantage in the face of disasters”.
Matthew Gidden, team lead for mitigation pathways at CA comments on how coal-fired power plants need to be eliminated in two decades as they account for approximately 40 percent of the total electricity today.