Tag Archives: climate change

Young people show the way

Last Friday I attended the “Day of Diplomacy” held as part of the Young Diplomats Program (YDP), an annual event sponsored by the College of Arts, Society and Education at James Cook University. The YDP commenced in 1997 as a … Continue reading

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Why we have Tony Abbot to thank for the US – China deal on climate change

The secret is now out. The historical US China announcement was not the plan of bureaucrats but an impromptu decision that came out of an informal chat between Xi and Obama held before their official meeting in Beijing. This is … Continue reading

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I am because we are

Last week I read a paper by Clive Hamilton, Professor of Public Ethics at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, a joint centre of Charles Sturt University and the University of Melbourne. The paper was from a presentation Prof Hamilton … Continue reading

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