Guest Contributor: Fergus Green and Richard Denniss

Fergus Green is a climate policy consultant and researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Richard Denniss is chief economist for the Australia Institute. This commentary first appeared on The Interpreter, published by the Lowy Institute for International Policy.

Global Tipping Point: The Beginning of the End of Coal

Regulatory Risk and Growing Competition From Wind, Solar and Natural Gas

Ask a climate scientist what keeps them up at night and chances are it’s the potential for continued warming of the climate to trigger a tipping point — an abrupt, system-wide change that is difficult or impossible to reverse — in one or more of the Earth’s key climatic systems. Compared with these growing risks […]