- Professor Jacqueline Peel
Director, Melbourne Climate Futures, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
Climate justice at COP27
The costs of climate change adaptation and escalating climate-fuelled disaster are likely to be the key issues at COP27 say University of Melbourne experts.
Women leading the fight against climate change
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say climate change is disproportionately affecting women, so adaption measures must ensure equity.
What we now know about climate change after 2021
2021 made us focus on climate change as well as COVID-19; University of Melbourne experts discuss what we now know about climate change at the end of 2021
Labor’s climate policy puts Australia in the race
Australia's Labor Opposition climate policy would put the country back into the climate race but it will need acceleration, say University of Melbourne experts
What was achieved at COP26?
With COP26 over, 1.5 °C may still be alive but it’s on life support, and the road from Glasgow remains an uphill climb warns a University of Melbourne expert.
Can the courts save us from climate change?
Governments around the world are being taken to court for climate change inaction, but University of Melbourne experts question if litigation can fill the gap.
Q&A: COP26 and great expectations
COP26 has begun and Australia has a lot to lose. We asked University of Melbourne experts for their assessment of our climate targets in a global context.
What to expect at COP26
With many big issues at COP26, a University of Melbourne expert says that ensuring a successful outcome is a challenge – even without the COVID-19 wildcard.
Five takeaways from the IPCC Working Group I report
University of Melbourne experts say the IPCC's report on physical science of climate change is the playbook for charting our climate future – but we must act.
Five things we learned from the Biden Climate Summit
President Biden called on world leaders to cut emissions – but a University of Melbourne expert asks 'what did we learn from the first virtual climate meeting?'