James Rydge is a Policy Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
After the G7, the G20 and COP 26 in Glasgow, what might be real progress on the climate crisis by the end of the year?
We’ve had President Biden’s ‘zoom’ climate Summit. The G7 meeting in Cornwall this week is looking to ramp up ambition on climate response. And the most significant UN meeting on climate change since Paris is taking place in Glasgow in November. Expectations are high. But with intense geo-political tensions and covid response concentrating attention, what… Continue reading »
Major countries and the private sector are embracing net zero as the growth opportunity of the future. With Australia increasingly isolated diplomatically and economically, Morrison is feeling the pressure. … Continue reading »