‘No action on anything’: Australia increasingly isolated as US and others ramp up climate ambition

A photograph of US President Joe Biden signing Executive Orders in the Oval Office on his first day in office.
20 April 2021

International pressure on the Morrison government over the climate crisis is expected to increase as the US and other major countries prepare to make new pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions over the next 10 years, experts say, and Australia will not be able to “fly under the radar”.

Read the full article in The Guardian, featuring commentary from Associate Professor Christian Downie, here.