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Trudeau Swoops In to Save Climate Talks

Lachie McKenzie

Just when it appeared the climate change talks in Paris would result in a weak agreement, that would put the globe on a path to environmental and economic catastrophe, newly

Hug A Saudi

Lachie McKenzie | December 9th, 2015

Saudi Arabia has done a complete reversal on its position at the climate conference here in Paris. In a surprise twist, the oil dependent nation has committed to fully decarbonise


Cup-And-Trade Scheme Emerges in Paris

Lachie McKenzie | December 8th, 2015

In a cunning diplomatic move, developing countries have installed a world-first Cup-And-Trade system at the COP21 Paris climate summit. When delegates at the conference centre at Le Bourget buy a


12 Steps to Recovery: From Careless to Conscious Consumer

Jayden Holmes

In celebration of the 2015 World Environment Day theme: 7 Billion Dreams, One Planet, Consume with Care, here’s our guide to careful consumption.

ADP Potter

Evan Weber | February 11th, 2015

At the end of COP20, Verb writers experiment with Harry Potter and international climate politics, on Twitter.


Climate Skeptics on Hunger Strike

Jeremiah B

The Climate Sceptic Coalition is going on a hunger strike in a radical new move.

Direct Action: More like “Where the bloody hell are you?”

Jeremiah B | November 15th, 2013

Australian Environment Minister Greg Hunt announced that the government would be launching a brand new ad campaign to help improve the global perception of Australia’s climate policy. The new ad,


Plight of Gingers Ignored in Doha

Jeremiah B

The World Conservation of Gingers Collective (WCGC) have been denied their chance to speak about the effects of climate change on gingers. After the statements of countries at the opening address

Australia Adjusts Kyoto Target*

Jeremiah B | November 29th, 2012

A satirical piece about how Australia adjusts the Kyoto target from 0.5% to 50%.