Here's the reply in full, also posted with the original complaint HERE
Thank you for your email regarding The World Today report Head of UN climate change team calls it quits.
Your concerns have been investigated by Audience and Consumer Affairs, a unit which is separate to and independent of program making areas within the ABC. We have reviewed the broadcast, assessed it against the ABC’s editorial standards and sought and considered material provided by ABC News.
There are no ABC reporters named Nance Saxton. The ABC reporter who filed this report is named Nance Haxton.
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Audience and Consumer Affairs believe the interviews were suitably questioning, on the issue that was the focus of the report; the continuity of negotiations over a global climate treaty following the departure of the top UN official on climate change.
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