Morrison wants Australia’s climate “action” to be praised and children shielded from truth about climate impacts, just as new UN report reveals stark impacts on oceans and reefs.
UN Secretary General has calls on global leaders, including Scott Morrison, to come to the Climate Action Summit with concrete plans to lift climate action.
Australia has told a UN meeting it won’t lift its emissions reduction targets, nor introduce new climate policies, while hiding its growing emissions.
We now know that Dr. Soon is at the center of a massive and unreported conflict of interest.
The government’s latest report on the Great Barrier Reef, submitted to the UNESCO World Heritage Centre last Friday, has been carefully crafted and word-smithed.
Hopes the world will do something meaningful to cut carbon emissions hang on the Paris climate talks, but agreement there may not be enough.
Neglecting to take action can be considered criminal as a doctor or a politician, but what of accountability for climate change?
In the wake of this month’s IPCC report accusations began to fly in the media that the report had been censored by governments.
Could changing the decisions process from vetoes to majority voting force climate negotiations to make more substantial progress?
Climate fail – members of conservative blogosphere still manage to downplay and misinterpret the latest UN climate report.