Join this group to become an UN climate tracker (previously called UN e-monitors), and help ensure the Australian Government plays a constructive role in the UN negotiations that will stop catastrophic climate change.
Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2011
Started by UN Climate Trackers. Last reply by James Ray Sep 15, 2009.
On Friday, Australian Climate Change Minister, Greg Combet announced that Australia intends to sign-up to ‘Kyoto2’ and remain part of a global climate solution. Great news...…
After putting my 4 month year son to bed on Saturday night, my head hits the pillow. I’m fast asleep. I sleep deeply, albeit highly attuned to any cries or screams from down the hall way, as is the way with life in my house these days.
I awake. July 1st. Something has changed… and it’s not the fact that my son slept through the night (touch wood that is the norm now). It’s something else. As I open my eyes I look out the window. The sun is shining and the skies are clear. The sky has…
In 2007, Australia under a recently elected Labor government rode a wave of enthusiasm for climate action all the way to Bali and the UN Climate Summit. In Bali, Australia was a knight in shining armour, signing Australia up to the Kyoto Protocol. With a stroke of the pen, Australia went from climate villain to climate hero. After more than a decade…
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