Governments chose hope over fear at talks ending in Mexico over the weekend and put the building blocks back in place for a global deal to combat climate change.
Right now, Honolulu is host to the annual meeting of the Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) – the international body responsible for managing and conserving fish stocks in much of the Pacific Ocean.
The biggest names from Australia’s timber industry joined leading social justice and environment groups today to welcome the federal government’s announcement of new laws to ban illegal timber imports.
Unlike Copenhagen, the 2010 international climate meeting Cancun has begun in Cancun, Mexico with little fanfare – but vital issues are still very much on the table.
Disturbing photos of a juvenile whale shark being hauled on
board a tuna fishing boat reinforce the urgent need for Australian tuna brands to source
their tuna sustainably.
The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) closed to mixed emotions from the Greenpeace camp. The CBD summit had three objectives – to conserve biological diversity, to ensure sustainability in all parts of the process, and the fair and...
Australia is on the brink of a complete shift in the way that we produce and consume food. Our most important staple crop and major agricultural export – wheat – is under serious threat.
This report critiques the handling of domestic policy aimed at
Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD) by the Government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) and the way it has engaged with international REDD negotiations since the...
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