African countries cannot be ignored, or just listened to. Their needs should shape the agenda.
As Scott Morrison confirms that he will attend the Glasgow climate conference, Nationals Leader Barnaby Joyce has killed the prospect of the party agreeing to a new 2030 emission reductions target.
Halving Australia’s 2030 target would see Australia become a valued and relevant party to negotiations at Glasgow, rather than a resented freeloader. Here’s how we could get there.
Researchers asked aid workers how to best prepare for the climate emergency in places where its effects are most severe.
A new analysis shows almost all emissions reductions will be the result of state government policies, and will have virtually nothing to do with the federal government.
A new modelling approach improves projections of Antarctica’s future ice loss. It shows a low-emissions scenario would avoid the collapse of West Antarctica’s ice sheet and limit sea-level rise.
Click through a timeline to make sense of Australia’s long, tumultuous years of shifting climate policies ahead of next month’s international climate summit in Glasgow.
If the minority Liberal government is sincere on its election promise, it will adopt a nationwide mandate on zero-emission vehicles.
While climate migration may be on the rise in Canada, it has been disproportionately impacting Indigenous people and communities for years.
We surveyed 2,400 businesses to see what they are doing to prepare for climate change.
Major international donors, including the US, China and UK, are pledging to stop funding fossil fuel projects overseas, but they aren’t making the equivalent cuts at home.
The United Nations climate summit in Glasgow next month is the first real test of whether the world can limit global warming below catastrophic levels.
Two forest researchers whose own communities were threatened by fires in 2021 explain how historic policies left forests at high risk of megafires.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Grattan Institute’s Tony Wood on managing the shift in climate policy.
Ahead of next months Glasgow conference, the Morrison Government aims to secure a climate deal with the Nationals ahead of a potential policy shift to net zero by 2050.
Foreign trade outsources both emissions and environmental hazards.
Alaska is warming faster than any other U.S. state, and that’s causing problems, a team of bridge engineers and social scientists explains. The infrastructure bill in Congress would offer some help.
Publicly, companies have been paying more attention to social and environmental issues, but their priority remains profit. Climate change is forcing an evolution, a business strategy expert writes.
It is ‘more likely than not’ that Scott Morrison will attend the Glasgow Climate Conference as he attempts to tie down a deal with the Nationals
India and China are the cheapest places to install rooftop solar, while the US, Japan and the UK are the most expensive.
Hooking trees up to internet-connected sensors provides a new way to study how they interact with the environment - and how the public interacts with their tweets.