Climate News

A digest of interesting news about climate change from around the world, compiled by us.

The Sustainable Engineering Society

The Sustainable Engineering Society...supporting the profession of environmental engineeringSeminar Events Calendar https://www.seng.org.au/eventFor details of all events, click on Read More

2019 Hydropower Status Report

2019 Hydropower Status Report charts the growth in renewable hydro power. by the International Hydropower Association, London https://www.hydropower.org/statusreport (Download link is at top of that page)

The electrification of transport

The electrification of transport"One of the mega-trends expected to shape our long run operating environment is the electrification of transport."... Dr Huw McKay, Vice President, Market Analysis & Economics at BHP Ltd.https://www.bhp.com/media-and-insights/prospects/2019/05/the-electrification-of-transport-episode-one

Growing Greener project launches free online course for sustainable business

from Environmental Change Institute (Oxford University Centre for the Environment)  

Superpower of the Zero Emissions Global Economy

Climate & Energy Transition Lecture by Ross Garnaut, University of Melbourne.

Lack of Federal Government action on Climate Change

Troubled by lack of Federal Government action on Climate Change? People are taking a lead... Check out The Cities Power Partnership site.

Implicatory Denial: The Sociology of Climate Inaction

"Exploring how and why people who believe in climate change choose to ignore it, and how people can be empowered to take climate action."

Torres Strait Islanders to lodge a complaint to U.N.

ClientEarth (London based) are acting on behalf of Torres Strait Islanders to lodge a complaint to the United Nations Human Rights Committee regarding flooding by rising sea levels.

United States Can Lead the Way Toward Climate Recovery Without Economic Hardship

Report by Evolved Energy Research, the Sustainable Development Solutions Network, University of San Francisco for Our Children's Trust, who are representing a group of young people legally challenging the U.S. Government over its lack of action on Climate Change.