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Finance for developing countries will help Australia in climate talks

For those who have been impatient to see the Turnbull government change position on climate change, the successful Australian campaign to return to the chair of the Board of the Green Climate Fund

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The TPP has been released and our concerns have been vindicated

In this opinion piece published in The Drum on 6 November 2015, Kyla Tienhaara argues that the final text of the TPP makes it clear that environmental and health measures


Why we should go it alone on climate change

In this opinion piece published in The Drum on November 6, Peter Drahos and Christian Downie argue there is a good case for Australia to act on climate change early and unilaterally.

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Australia's 'prickly' relations with EU hamper climate diplomacy

In this interview, RegNet Adjunct Scholar Howard Bamsey discusses what can be and, as a former negotiator, what he hopes will be achieved in Paris during the United Nations Framework Convention on


Carve-out in TPP signals risk for environmental protections

In this article published in The Canberra Times yesterday, RegNet scholar Kyla Tienhaara argues that the tobacco control measures carve-out in the TPP agreement highlights


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