Positive signs are emerging at Morocco climate change conference, writes CEO of The Climate Institute John Connor.
The Morocco climate talks have kicked off, and the stakes couldn't be higher, writes Climate Institute CEO John Connor.
Without an open approach to sharing intellectual property, clean energy technologies will be at the mercy of corporate patent trolls, writes ANU College of Law associate professor Dr Matthew Rimmer.
The UN's annual climate talkfest has wrapped up, with some limited progress made towards a global deal on emissions in 2015. Tony Abbott faces a challenge in playing any kind of role in such a deal, with some countries 'venemous' towards Australia at the talks.
The UN's annual climate summit will soon wrap up, and the Australian delegation is under fire for not taking negotiations seriously, blocking progress, wearing T-shirts to officials talks, and giggling. Crikey reports from Poland.
The UN's annual climate summit is halfway through, and Australia is acting as a wrecking ball, working against any consensus. There goes our long-held reputation as a constructive force in finding a solution to climate change ...
The UN's annual climate change summit kicks off in Poland today. The stakes are high and the obstacles are serious -- and Australia has sent no minister or parliamentary secretary. But there is some hope for the summit.
Australia is to sign on to the Son of Kyoto, a dummy UN protocol which aims to get the world back on track on climate change. Is this a good idea, and what does it mean for the carbon price?
International climate negotiations have got an undeserved bad rap -- but they are getting making real progress, writes Erwin Jackson, deputy chief executive of The Climate Institute.
Kevin Rudd has indicated that he's going to be big on report cards during his term. Report cards for his ministers, a report card for himself. The Climate Institute have kindly provided a cut-out-and-keep list of assessment guidelines for the new PM's first big assignment.