COP21: The latest

Here you’ll find links to posts from our various Sciblogs contributors and guest posters as well as to reports from New Zealand Herald science reporter Jamie Morton and RNZ political reporter Chris Bramwell, who are both at the COP21 meeting in Paris.

Sciblogs

News – Paris agreement settled
Guest Work – Good deal or bad? Emotional turmoil as Paris climate talks draw to a close
Hot Topic – Will the Paris agreement side with the angels?
Guest Work – Groser: I’ll be gobsmacked if climate talks fail
Guest Work – The ethics of climate change: what we owe people – and the rest of the planet
Guest Work – Positive Paris talks not like cynical Copenhagen – but how will media cope?
Guest Work – Five things climate scientists actually disagree about
Guest Work – How 1.5 became the most important number at the Paris climate talks
Hot Topic: Funding climate action: Sarah Thomson’s judicial review of NZ climate policy
Hot Topic – 1.5 to stay alive
Griffin’s Gadgets – Savings on health costs would help offset more ambitious emissions reduction pledges
Griffin’s Gadgets – Scientists, R&D and fossil fuel subsidies
Guest Work – Have we finally reached peak fossil fuel emissions?
Guest Work – Removing atmospheric CO2 won’t save us: we must cut emissions now
Guest Work – How a global solar alliance can help developing countries
Guest Work – Kiribatian households mull climate migration
Guest Work – Sea level rise is real: why we need to retreat from unrealistic advice
Guest Work – Why we need a ‘space race’ approach to saving the planet
Hot Topic – A climate of peace in Paris
Guest Work – How fast can we transition to a low-carbon energy system?

Morton @ COP21
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Herald science reporter Jamie Morton is following proceedings in Paris and filing online and for the paper. Access his latest stories. On Twitter @jamienzherald

NZ Herald: What does a climate deal mean for Kiwi businesses
NZ Herald: Historic Paris climate deal revealed
NZ Herald: Kiwis weight in on Paris climate talks
NZ Herald: The ABCs of the Paris climate talks
NZ Herald: Anatomy of a climate change summit
NZ Herald: Optimism for climate accord
NZ Herald: Pressure mounts on New Zealand to back 1.5 degree limit
NZ Herald: Last chance to save the planet
NZ Herald: New Zealand to commit up to $200 million on climate change
NZ Herald: 15,000 Kiwis expected for climate march
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Jan Wright
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Professor Tim Naish
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Andy Reisinger
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Professor Ralph Chapman
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Andrew Tait
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Alistair Woodward
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Tim Groser
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Suzi Kerr
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Euan Mason
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Veronika Meduna
Climate of Hope: Q&A with Dr Daniel Price

Bramwell @ COP21

RNZ political reporter Chris Bramwell is also in Paris covering COP21 and is filing daily online and for RNZ’s news shows. Access her latest stories. On twitter @chrisbramwell

RNZ: Paris talks in organised chaos

Reporting on COP21: New Zealand Herald science reporter Jamie Morton and RNZ Political Reporter Chris Bramwell
Reporting on COP21: New Zealand Herald science reporter Jamie Morton and RNZ Political Reporter Chris Bramwell

RNZ: Landmark deal agreed in Paris
RNZ: Talks heat up as draft deal delivered
RNZ: Climate change talks go into 24 hour mode in Paris
RNZ: Behind the scenes at COP21
RNZ: Nations criticise latest climate deal draft
RNZ: Crucial new text of Paris draft delivered
RNZ: Youth Delegation give their perspective on COP21
RNZ: France accused of rushing climate deals
RNZ: Climate change talks down to nitty gritty
RNZ: Neighbours at odds in climate talks
RNZ: Pacific leaders accuse world of dragging feet
RNZ: Frustration at slowness of climate change talks
RNZ: Climate change talks – race against time
RNZ: World leaders gather in Paris for climate talks

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