Earth Negotiations Bulletin
Earth Negotiations Bulletin is a balanced, timely and independent reporting service on United Nations environment and development negotiations. Our team provides daily coverage at selected environment and development negotiations, distributing digital and print summaries of critical talks. At the conclusion of each meeting, ENB publishes an in-depth summary and analysis of the meeting.
Many UN delegates, ministers and other governmental officials, NGOs, the business community, the academic community, the media and UN staff who track environment and sustainable development policy consider the Earth Negotiations Bulletin to be essential reading. The Bulletin has received high praise for its objective and comprehensive presentation of the facts. Visit enb.iisd.org to view coverage extending back to the ENB's founding in 1992.
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Seabed regulator accused of deciding deep sea's future 'behind closed doors'
The UN-affiliated organisation that oversees deep-sea mining, a controversial new industry, has been accused of failings of transparency after an independent body responsible for reporting on negotiations was kicked out.
New UN climate report to tackle reining in emissions
The U.N. climate science panel publishes its final report in the current assessment cycle on Monday, and this time will focus on ways of curbing greenhouse gas emissions, although the consensual nature of the reports means it could steer away from the most dramatic warnings.
Weaning the world off mercury
Delegates from around the world met in Bali this week to tackle the persistent problem of mercury poisoning. The Minamata Convention is meeting for the fourth time since it entered into force in 2017, in its first physical meeting outside of Geneva.
Australia Slammed for Not Protecting Great Barrier Reef From Climate Change
The Australian government is under fire after an extensive report detailing the effects of climate change on its Great Barrier Reef was released Friday.
'Unscientific': Morrison government wanted IPCC to say Great Barrier Reef 'not yet in crisis'
The Australian government pushed to soften the wording of a major report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the world's leading climate science authority, to say the Great Barrier Reef is not yet in crisis.
The United Nations Environment Assembly’s Role as a Governance Architect
As the resumed Fifth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) gets underway, what can we learn about its role as a coordinator and catalyst for international environmental action?
Environmental reporting team marks 30 years as key negotiations approach
The need for Earth Negotiation Bulletin’s transparency is clear as countries debate marine plastics treaty, biodiversity targets, climate action, and other issues.
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