Climate Action Community

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The Climate Action Community is an IES Challenge-Led Community focussed on championing the work of professionals in the environmental sciences in climate action, promoting the work of experts and evidence around climate change and driving change to ensure adaptation and mitigation measures are accurate, ambitious and achievable. The Community champions interdisciplinary working and a systems approach to the interlinked crises of climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution.

This Community was established as the time-limited COP26 Community and transitioned into the permanent Climate Action Community after COP26. 

Recent webinars

COP28 negotiations culminated in the UAE Consensus, which calls on signatories to "transition away from fossil fuels in energy systems, in a just, orderly and equitable manner". This represents the...
Reflecting on the discussions at COP28, it is important to remember the interlinked nature of the climate and biodiversity crises. Addressing these issues holistically will be dependent on developing...

Most recent journal on Climatology and Carbon Management

This issue of the journal explores how environmental justice is fought for and achieved through legal frameworks, community activism, and grassroots movements across the globe

Climatology and Carbon Management profile

Daniel works in the Regulatory Division of the Australian Government Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. This division has the responsibility of administering the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act. The Act is the single national framework for the reporting of...