released 11 June 2019

The Statistical Review of World Energy has been providing timely and objective energy data for the past 68 years. In addition to the raw data, the Statistical Review also provides a record of key energy developments and events through time.


CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project

released 4 June 2019

A group of the world’s biggest companies representing nearly US$17 trillion in market capitalization have valued the climate risks to their businesses at almost US$1 trillion – with many likely to hit within the next 5 years. This is revealed in a groundbreaking new report published by CDP, which runs the global disclosure system for environmental information.


The Nature Conservancy (TNC) and Resilient Melbourne

released 5 June 2019

The strategy is a first for Australia (and one of the first in the world) in its scale and because it has mapped all vegetation across public and private lands across the entire Melbourne metropolitan area. The map shows which regions have an abundance of trees and shrubs and those which have little.

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Breakthrough- National Centre for Climate Restoration

released 22 May 2019

This policy paper looks at the existential climate-related security risk through a scenario set thirty years into the future. David Spratt and Ian Dunlop have laid bare the unvarnished truth about the desperate situation humans, and our planet, are in, painting a disturbing picture of the real possibility that human life on earth may be on the way to extinction, in the most horrible way.


Climate and Development Knowledge Network

released 2 June 2019

This guide is focused on climate communications in developing countries because a large amount has already been written and debated on how best to communicate climate issues in industrialised countries. A large, body of literature centres on convincing a sceptical or apathetic public in North America, Europe or Australasia of the reality of climate change.