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Natalie Osborne

Natalie Osborne is a Lecturer in the School of Environment and Science at Griffith University, teaching and researching in environmental planning and critical geography. Her interests include: social, spatial, and environmental justice in cities; just transitions; radical spatial politics; insurgent planning; more-than-human publics; emotional geographies; public spaces; and public feelings. She is also co-producer of Radio Reversal, a critical theory and politics program broadcast on 4ZZZ 102.1FM, and an organiser with the Brisbane Free University.

Natalie Osborne reviews 'The Citizen’s Guide to Climate Success: Overcoming myths that hinder progress' by Mark Jaccard

June–July 2020, no. 422 27 May 2020
Written by a prominent economist with a long career in emissions reduction and policy modelling, this engaging book attempts to debunk eleven myths that undermine effective climate action. Jaccard also offers a ‘simple’ path to climate success, built around strong regulatory action, carbon pricing, a system of carbon tariffs, and supporting poorer countries in energy transitions. Jaccard focus ... (read more)