This post was written with Sara-Katherine Coxon, Objective Coordinator at the World Resources Institute.
“Smog was a daily occurrence, something you could taste and see.”
As the climate meetings in Durban, South Africa, approach, it is a key moment to find a way forward with international cooperation to address climate change.
p>The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S.
While there has been little progress on national climate policy this year, California has quietly continued to make strides in implementing its comprehensive greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction program. Last month, the California Air…
p>Earlier this week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent proposed greenhouse gas emissions standards for new and modified power plants to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review.
On Tuesday, the Australian senate passed legislation that will set a price on carbon and help meet its emissions targets.
The Australian government previously committed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 5 percent by 2020 and 80 percent by 2050 (both below 2000 levels).
Paper offers options to scale up climate action globally in Durban, Rio and beyond
Launch of New Paper Building the Climate Change Regime: Survey and Analysis of Approaches
Welcome to the Open Climate Network website, a platform for updates and analysis on country actions on climate mitigation and the provision of climate finance. Here you will find information on the latest policy developments in our…