Fight Fire with Fire: Article 6 and the Changing World

Malcolm J | December 2nd, 2014

Negotiations have already kicked off in Lima, but there is one Article of the convention that isn’t garnering much attention.

No Folly of the Beast

Malcolm J | December 2nd, 2014

The planet’s oceans massively impact, and are impacted by, changes in the climate. So why are we not paying them more attention?

A 5 Minute History of Climate Politics

Hamish M | December 2nd, 2014

You know Lima is happening. But how does it fit into the bigger picture?

The Rise of a Celebrity Negotiator

Jeppe Fischer | November 22nd, 2013

The Philippines has been devastated by Typhoon Haiyan with at least four million people displaced. Haiyan has also had impact beyond the Philippines though, and in a different way, at

COP19 – Day Nine

Jade Neville | November 22nd, 2013

Once again, media attention during Warsaw has been focused on something occurring outside of the conference centre as COP19 President Marcin Korolec was sacked from his role as Environment Minister.

Scientists Rebut Clean Coal

admin | November 21st, 2013

  The International Coal and Climate Summit was controversial for UNFCCC secretary Christiana Figueres’s attendance, and the media seem to have overlooked the abundance of climate deniers in attendance. Leading scientists

Dreams Or Numbers For Gender Equality?

Cécile S | November 21st, 2013

Tuesday’s UNFCCC ‘gender and climate change’ day was unconventional in many ways. In hosting the feature event, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the UNFCCC, did not ask panellists to talk

Ban Ki-Moon Summit Announced

S Neelakantan | November 21st, 2013

As the Warsaw UN climate change negotiations comes to an end, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon’s leaders summit on climate change has formally been announced. Robert Orr, assistant general-secretary of strategic planning,