January 15, 2016 —A group of leading law professors who work on climate have published a game-changing new legal analysis. It finds that the Paris climate agreement unlocks a previously unused Continue reading How The Paris Climate Agreement Super-Charges The Clean Air Act
January 12, 2016 — The 2015 United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris was the biggest global event on climate change since the Copenhagen summit six years ago. Copenhagen was a disastrous failure with little meaningful action taken to reduce carbon emissions by the assembled nations. Will our climate be in better shape after Paris?
The Paris climate agreement adopted by 195 nations last month provides fresh momentum for achieving the Clean Trillion campaign goal of mobilizing an additional $1 trillion investment per year in clean energy in order to stabilize the climate.
January 10, 2016 — On Dec. 12, 2015, the world’s governments agreed to a universal, legally-binding agreement that sets out ambitious goals to tackle climate change, including: Continue reading 3 Ways Paris Climate Agreement Will Expand Global Investment in Clean Energy
January 10, 2016 — With a ratcheting up of awareness culminating in the Paris climate change conference, 2015 may have been the year that the threat of climate change was finally taken seriously. Continue reading The ethics of climate change
More than 60 organisations from around the world are calling for a carbon levy on fossil fuel extraction to help pay for the climate change impacts on the most vulnerable countries.
December 22, 2015 — The Carbon Levy Project declaration argues that fossil fuel companies are causing approximately 70 per cent of the climate change experienced today.