Road to COP26

COP26: Pacific participation and responses

TESS NEWTON CAIN AND REBEKAH GENTNER | With the benefit of a little distance and perspective, we can look back at the Glasgow COP… Read More

Reconsidering Australia’s interests after Glasgow

WESLEY MORGAN | Australia’s approach to international relations is defined by support for a rules-based global order. After Glasgow, it’s time to reconsider Australia’s national… Read More

Good COP, bad COP: Climate wins and losses from Glasgow

LESLEY HUGHES AND WESLEY MORGAN | COP26 has finished and the question on everyone’s minds is: “was it a success or a failure?” Climate change… Read More

The ultimate guide to why the COP26 summit ended in failure and disappointment (despite a few bright spots)

ROB HALES AND BRENDAN MACKEY | After two hard-fought weeks of negotiations, the Glasgow climate change summit is, at last, over. All 197 participating countries… Read More

The fate of our planet depends on the next few days of complex diplomacy in Glasgow. Here’s what needs to go right

WESLEY MORGAN | A new, grim projection, released overnight by Climate Action Tracker, has dashed the cautious optimism following last week’s commitments at the UN… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 10 November

TESS NEWTON CAIN | PNG and Fiji sign up to carbon offset scheme In Glasgow, on the sidelines of the COP26 negotiations, Fiji and… Read More

Land, culture, livelihood: What Indigenous people stand to lose from climate ‘solutions’

ROB HALES, ROWAN FOLEY, TIM CADMAN AND TONI HAY | In the first major deal of the Glasgow climate summit, more than 100 nations… Read More

COP26: it’s half-time at the crucial Glasgow climate change summit—and here’s the score

WESLEY MORGAN | The first week of the United Nations climate talks in Glasgow is drawing to a close. While there’s still a way… Read More

A new climate for human rights

SUSAN HARRIS RIMMER, CHRISTIAN LANE AND WESLEY MORGAN | This week the world turns its attention to the United Nations climate summit in Glasgow.  While COP26… Read More

Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 27 October

TESS NEWTON CAIN | COVID-19 cases at the Vanuatu border Vanuatu authorities are reporting that two people have tested positive for COVID-19. Both… Read More

Social media and democracy in the Philippines
Weekly Pacific Bulletin | 5 October
Indonesia's "Pacific elevation": Elevating what and who?
COVID-19 rhetoric and governance in the Philippines