Labor’s climate policy steps were slow and incremental, when they needed to be transformative, and an Abbott government will be worse. So what’s important now?
Articles by David Spratt
With Conservative likely to dominate Australian parliamentary politics for the remainder of this decade, what will the major parties do on climate action?
Political parties which vacillate between denial and delay on climate action are set to dominate Australian politics for the remainder of this decade.
The 2012 melt has revealed a disconnect between the IPCC’s 2007 report and what’s occurring on the ground, in the seas and at the poles.
As Arctic sea-ice literally drops off the charts, politically we are 100 years behind where we need to be on emissions reductions.
The Arctic is the canary in the climate change mine. So what does the media disinterest in the record ice melt tell us?