International Women’s Day on March 8 is a chance to start solving a deep inequality: women are more vulnerable to climate change than men - commentary from Dr Adelle Thomas, senior research associate at Climate Analytics and director of the Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience Research Centre, at the University of the Bahamas.
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Emissions: new synthesis shows what a wasted decade means for the climate pact made in Paris - commentary from a group of international scientists including Climate Analytics' Science Director Michiel Schaeffer.
South Korea should phase out coal power by 2029 and stop funding coal projects in other Asian nations to limit greenhouse gas emissions as part of the Paris climate agreement, a research group said on Thursday.
Amid the worldwide sympathy for Australia during the horrendous bushfire season there has been surprise at the government’s response. The bushfires chapter adds to growing international disillusionment with Australia’s role in climate policy negotiations. Climate Analytics CEO Bill Hare and Dean Bialek from Mission 2020 discuss Australia's record on climate action on ABC Radio National
Australia's catastrophic brush fire season comes as the country continues to insist on a climate loophole that critics say would undermine the Paris Agreement's objective of keeping global warming to relatively safe levels. Coverage of our report on Australia's intent to use 40 year old Kyoto Protocol credits to meet its already insufficient 2030 emission reduction targets.