Amy Huva

Amy Huva is an environmental chemist and writer from Melbourne, Australia who worked for the Australian Federal Government on agricultural water reform and the Montreal Protocol. She is currently working in the environmental sector in Vancouver, Canada.

 

What to do when the IPCC gets you down

There's only so much end of the world you can take. Here's what you can do about it.

Learning the language of climate solutions

If someone had told me how hard learning another language was I wouldn't have tried.

Failure not an option for climate movement

Saying the climate movement is a failure and we should give up is not an option.

Deep-sea explorer Verena Tunnicliffe wins Murray Newman Award

People gathered for a night to celebrate excellence in aquatic research at the Vancouver Aquarium.

Stop subsidizing fossil fuels

If fossil fuels were not propped up with government handouts and subsidies they would not be able to compete.

A fiscally responsible carbon budget

Something we should be thinking about for a Fiscally Responsible 2014 is our Carbon Budget.

The value of radicals

Social change has never come about by sitting down nicely and asking the people with the power to share more, please.

Post carbon cities

Cities are already awesome, and they're only going to get better when we stop burning carbon.

Where the whales sing

Humpback whales have a level of organisation for getting their dinner that goes beyond what you would imagine.

Why UN climate talks are doomed to fail

The UN is an incremental bureaucracy. This is exactly why the UN climate talks as they are now are doomed to fail.