“World demand for coal falls despite growth in Asia” (Guardian)
“Fossil fuels fall to record low proportion of UK energy mix” (Guardian)
“Climate change: Speed limits for ships can have ‘massive’ benefits” (BBC)
“Opinion: Why California’s climate solution isn’t cutting it” (Los Angeles Times)
“Guardian to ban advertising from fossil fuel firms”
George Monbiot, “Let’s abandon climate targets, and do something completely different” (Guardian)
Negotiated targets on climate change mitigation are ineffective: States do not seek to exceed their unambitious targets when they could. An obligation of conduct – to do the maximum, based on a standard of due diligence – could be more effective.
“Davos 2020: Ursula von der Leyen warns China to price carbon or face tax” (Financial Times)
“NZ introduces groundbreaking zero carbon bill, including targets for agricultural methane”
Looking past the horizon of 2100
"Long-term climate dynamics and impacts from sea level rise to heat stress make the case for much stronger mitigation efforts today"
By Sonja van Renssen, in (2019) 9 Nature Climate Change 349-351