Morale at the Bureau of Meteorology is at rock bottom, amid veiled pressure from the Abbott government, write Crikey reporter Sally Whyte and Crikey editor Marni Cordell.
A company board that ignores a clear and present danger to its business is negligent -- and climate change is that clear and present danger, writes Dr Geoff Edwards, president of the Royal Society of Queensland.
Who knew two little words could make such a difference? Lawyer and freelance journalist Marcus Priest reports from Lima on the little words that could have a big impact on climate talks henceforth.
The Australian government has its head firmly buried in the sand on climate action, but state governments and private companies are stepping in.
Many countries displayed real leadership at the UN climate summit in New York this week. Guess which First World nation was not among them ... John Connor, CEO of the Climate Institute, reports from New York.
We've tried giving business lobbyists and spinmeisters the chance to voice their concerns over environmental regulation. That didn't work. It's time to play hardball -- and businesses will gratefully fall in line.
Crikey readers talk climate change -- and how to sell it to a sceptical public.
US Secretary of State John Kerry made an extraordinary speech calling for Indonesia to address climate change or risk losing everything. Crikey intern Luca Zuccaro looks into what the archipelago is doing to protect itself from catastrophe.
In his winning entry for the Gavin Mooney Memorial Essay Competition, Sydney GP Tim Senior argues at Inside Story that language has been getting in the way of action on climate change.