Dr Christian Downie is a Fellow and the Higher Degree Research Convenor in the School of Regulation and Global Governance at The Australian National University.
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The United Nations climate change talks will not save the planet by themselves, but they put important pressure on every nation to do its part writes RegNet Visiting Fellow, Dr Christian Downie.
In an article reflecting on progress made at the Lima climate talks, Christian argues that it is domestic action not the talks themselves, which will impact climate change. The role the climate change talks have however is to continue to build pressure on resisting nations to start the wheels rolling on domestic action.
Read the entire article on the ABC website.