Analysis: The 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
By Alexander Vrabtchev
The 6th Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
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Case Study: Save the Footbridge Oaks Campaign
This is a story about Lawyers for Nature’s work on what was variously known as the Dulwich Oaks or Save the Footbridge Oaks Campaign. I was contacted out of the blue by a member of the campaign who had heard about Lawyers for Nature and our work saving trees.
COP26: US-China Joint Declaration Pledges Enhanced Cooperation to Tackle Climate Change
Hours after the COP26 draft agreement was first released, the US and China surprised the international community by publicly pledging to work jointly on cutting down their respective greenhouse gas emissions.
COP26 and the Climate Crisis: Draft Agreement Avoids Tackling Critical Issues as World Leaders Continue to Pass the Buck
COP26's world leaders have attempted to find resolutions, but the sentiment echoed since the event is that not enough has been done in terms of real commitment to act.