Aussie Aussie Aussie, Oi Oi Oi!

Mim DiNapoli | November 23rd, 2013

Australia has taken out the Climate Action Network’s prestigious award of Colossal Fossil for 2013.

Will Africa Always Be The Underdog?

Krishnee A | November 20th, 2013

The Africa Group, a coalition of African states, looks out for the continent, and it has much at stake during these UN climate talks in Warsaw. Despite their willingness to

Durban: What Of It?

Tim Hall | December 14th, 2011

Speak Your Mind editors reflect on the outcome of COP17; what was delivered, who was involved and what it really means for the world.

Keeping Faith When All Hope Is Lost

Willemien Calitz | December 10th, 2011

Dear Minister Mashabane This morning a Namibian radio station, Kosmos Radio, phoned me to ask how the negotiations were going. “Any news?” they asked excitedly. No, I thought. At least

BREAKING: Canadian Negotiator Dies from Heart Attack, Climate Talks Progress at “Deadly” Speed

Tim Hall | December 7th, 2011

Tragedy struck the United Nations climate negotiations in Durban today as Canadian negotiator Adam Mapleleaf collapsed amid heated discussions on a post-Kyoto agreement. His passing will add to a growing

“We must not lose momentum” – Ban Ki-moon

Tim Hall | December 7th, 2011

The opening of the High-Level Segment of the 17th United Nations climate negotiations (COP17) took place in Durban on Tuesday in the presence of South African President Jacob Zuma, UN

Where are the goal posts? Day 3 at COP17

admin | December 1st, 2011

It was business time at COP on day 3, as dozens of informal meetings took place and the plot of COP17 began to take shape, with the developing/developed nation divide

Durban Must Deliver: Where to After Kyoto?

Julian K | December 1st, 2011

For Durban to be a success, three main areas must be addressed: a post-Kyoto agreement, financing and forestry.   “Durban is here, this is the last moment,” Martin Khor, Director