Climate Voices


He Jiankun & Nicholas Stern: China’s climate commitment

He Jiankun and Nicholas Stern examine how China is emerging as a leader of global climate policy.

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Ross Garnaut: G20 should facilitate international cooperation on climate change

The upcoming G20 meeting in November offers an important opportunity for world leaders to collectively address climate change.

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José Ramos-Horta & Mohamed Nasheed: Asia must lead on climate change

Climate change threatens to blunt Asia's growth and upend its development. Now it's time for international action.

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Ahmad Alhendawi: Why young people are key to tackling climate change

Ahmad Alhendawi on why young people have such an important role to play in the next 18 months to help push for strong climate action at the Paris climate summit in 2015.

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Shyam Saran: Leading at Paris

The world needs to undertake a strategic and accelerated shift away from economic activity based on fossil fuels, Shyan Saran says.

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Susan Kim: Climate change alters life in coastal Greenland

Freelance writer Susan Kim talks to Bishop Sofie Petersen about the impacts of climate change that are already being felt in coastal Greenland.

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Giles Parkinson: Solar has won. Even if coal were free to burn, power stations couldn’t compete

As early as 2018, solar could be economically viable to power big cities, Parkinson says.

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Claudia Solomons: Australia’s wasteful mining subsidies

Claudia Solomons examines Australia's wasteful mining subsidies and the growing calls for institutions across the country to divest from dirty energy sources.

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Christopher Loeak: UN Climate Summit—The chance to prove that we are climate leaders

"Ban Ki-moon's Summit is our chance to be the leaders we were elected to be," says the President of the Marshall Islands.

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Alice Bell: Divesting from fossil fuels, one university at a time

Alice Bell explains the importance of the divestment movement and how the recent vote in favour by British Medical Association members and similar moves by prominent universities have greater symbolic value than the size of their investments ...

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