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Democracy, Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Journal 2022: Volume Two

A turning point for Australia, an interview with Christine Milne

It’s not enough to just welcome Australia back into the UNFCCC with open arms. We’re going to need the rest of the world to put pressure on Australia. Labor have differentiated themselves from the previous Liberal government by saying they are ready to take urgent and strong climate action. But they fail to address the other side of the coin, all of... Read More

by , 2 years ago

Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Are we ready?

We have been hoping for so long, are we ready now the moment has arrived? I attended my first climate COP in Buenos Aires in 1998. It was COPIV. My last was COP 21 in Paris in 2015. The world was celebrating because a global agreement to restrict global warming to less than 2 degrees, and to pursue 1.5 degrees,... Read More

by Christine Milne , 3 years ago

Are we ready? Polar Bears on ice floe

Culture, Democracy, Social Justice

Things are crook in Tallarook

Why the future depends on restoring democracy Senator Milne’s essay was first published in Island magazine, Issue 139, November 2014 There is a crisis of confidence in democracy in Australia. It is a crisis for people and the environment. It is a situation I have been mulling over for quite some time, but has been front and centre since the Abbott government... Read More

by , 9 years ago