Christopher Wright - Newsroom articles
Paris Climate vs Big Business 08 Dec 2015
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on 2SER FM about the final negotiations at the Paris Climate Summit.
ABC The Drum
An article published on The Drum mentioned the work of Professor Christopher Wright in analysing the complex relationship between corporations and climate change.
Corporations and climate change 22 Nov 2015
ABC Radio National
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on Radio National about the connection between business and climate change in the lead up to the Paris Climate Talks.
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on 2SER FM about the nexus between capitalism and climate change.
New book claims climate change is not being properly addressed by market based economies and business 22 Oct 2015
ABC News Rural
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed by ABC News Rural about his new book and the lack of action by businesses in addressing climate change.
The Wire interviewed Professor Christopher Wright about his book 'Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations: Processes of Creative Self Destruction' and how 'business as usual' is hurtling us towards climate catastrophe.
Big business must put 'planet over profit' 06 Oct 2015
Sky News Business
Sky News Business interviewed Professor Christopher Wright about his new book 'Climate Change, Capitalism and Corporations' and how companies need to prioritise the planet over profit.
'Greening' the economy won't stop climate change 05 Oct 2015
ABC Radio National Drive
Professor Christopher Wright was interviewed on ABC Radio National about the launch of his new book 'Capitalism, Climate Change and Corporations'.
Business bagged on climate change 30 Sep 2015
Regional newspapers reported on the release of a book co-authored by Professor Christopher Wright, Climate Change, Climate Capitalism and Corporations, which examines companies' environmental policies.
BBC News (UK) quotes Professor Christopher Wright about ways in which the agriculture sector is adapting to climate change.