CAT in the media

The Climate Action Tracker has been covered regularly in different media, including German, French and Spanish speaking media. See below for a selection:

CAT update 12 June 2012

The Guardian: Obama's fracked-up climate strategy will guarantee global warming disaster

Point Carbon: Earth to warm 3.8C as nations fail on climate goals: report

RTCC: EU carbon market 'backloading' plan set for new vote

IANS: Earth could be four degrees warmer by 2100: Report


CAT global updates at COP 18 in Doha 2012

Washington Post: Is there still time left to stop global warming - yes but only barely

New Scientist: Doha summit launches climate damage aid

Live Science: Global climate talks spark frustration

Reuters: UN calls for urgency on climate, says Doha deal to delight no one

Huffingtonpost: The Climate Action Tracker Report Shows Inadequate Global Warming Policies In Many Nations

Endseurope:  Analysis: Doha disappoints, but no alternative to UNFCCC

AFP: Scientists say 15% carbon emissions cut needed

Point Carbon: Pledges to fight global warming inadequate, US off track: study

Earth Island Journal: Fossil Fuel Lobby in the Driver’s Seat at Doha


CAT update 4 September 2012

Businessweek: Global warming may double UN goal without more carbon pledges

Bloomberg: Climate needs to move to top of political agendas Denmark says

Guardian: Canada 'playing with numbers' on carbon target claims

Endseurope: Bolder GHG pledges remain best climate option


CAT update 24 May 2012

Bloomberg: Greenhouse gas emissions gap grows as climate pledges founder

Thinkprogress: Emissions Gap To Meet 2°C Target Is Widening Due To Slow International Climate Action

Treehugger: Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose 3.2%, Hit New High in 2011 Warming could exceed 3.5 C, say climate scientists

Alertnet: Countries doing too little on warming -researchers

RTCC: Governments extending “emissions gap” between climate policy and 2°C target


CAT global update 11 December 2011

The Climate Action Tracker has been mentioned in different media in the context of the COP17 in Durban, including Nature, BBC, Washington Post and German TV (3sat). See the list below for more mentions.

Nature: Durban maps path to climate treaty

New Scientist: Dangerous decade: What follows the Durban climate deal

Grist: The top five takeaways from the Durban climate talks

IOL: COP17’s late deal ‘falls short’

Washington Post: FAQ: Can the Durban climate talks avert catastrophe?

The Guardian: Durban deal will not avert catastrophic climate change, say scientists

AFP: Nations set course for 2015 global climate pact

2C or not 2C: That Is the Question About the Durban Deal


CAT global update 6 December 2011

Nature: The science behind the Durban talks

BBC: UN climate talks 'need science-based ambition'

Washington Post: UN climate talks move slowly as new studies urge more dramatic emissions cuts

IPS: Failure to Bridge the "Emissions Gap" Brings Economic Crisis

Deutschlandradio: Klimaexperte hofft noch auf Einigung bei UN-Klimakonferenz

Report Development Network Africa: Nations struggle to count to three

Point Carbon: U.N. pledges blurred by accounting rules: report

Le Monde: Le climat sur la voie d'un réchauffement de 3,5 °C

Eco: Pledges v Loopholes

Asian Correspondent: Aussies score high at Durban climate conference

Bangkok Post: World 'heading for 3.5 C warming': study UN chief to open ministers level at climate talks

Notimex: Inacción ante calentamiento global tendría consecuencias cientificos

Ciência e Saúde: Planeta segue rumo a aquecimento de 3,5ºC, diz estudo

La stampa: Salvare Kyoto, missione possibile


CAT analysis on Australia 2011

Climate Spectator: Oz climate strategy: OK, can do better

The Age: Clean Energy laws win cautious approval

The Greens, Australia: Global report Australian climate action: Good start, must do better


Preparations for Durban 2011

Livescience: Annual climate change talks face same big challenge

Deutsche Welle: South Africa seeks middle ground as climate host


Previous mentions 2011

Deutschlandfunk: Europa soll Vorbild sein

Deutschlandfunk: Yin und Yang der chinesischen Klimapolitik

Instituto Carbono Brasil: Emissões da China em 2020 podem ser maiores que o estimado

Climate Pasifika: Sea level to rise by a metre or more if wealthy nations do not meet emissions pledges, Climate Action Tracker

AFP: Planet ‘far away’ on climate coals: study

Bloomberg: China Emissions Rising While Carbon Intensity Falls, Report Says

Progress online, UK: No breakthrough in Bangkok climate talks

IPS: Developing Countries Step In Where Richer Nations Fear to Tread

Business Ghana: Emission reduction target gap remains at Bangkok climate talks

Reuters Alert news Bangkok: talks make little progress on closing emissions gap

ENS: Climate Change Blamed for Thai Floods as UN Climate Talks Open

Guardian: Q&A: UN climate change conference in Bangkok

Reuters: FACTBOX-Rich nations' greenhouse gas goals for 2020



Analysis: Climate talks: 18 years, too little action?

New Scientist: Cancún success may be skin deep

Einsextra Tagesschau: Weltklimakonferenz in Cancún: Ergebnis der Verhandlungen auf der Kippe

Spiegel: Klimagipfel streitet über Rettungsplan B

Deutschlandradio: Klimaexperte: Kein neues großes Abkommen in Cancún zu erwarten