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In a new paper released by the Whitlam Institute, the Honourable Bob Debus AM argues for a return to the era of negotiated political consensus on environmental policy.
Provides the latest research on which Australian States and Territories are winning the race to renewables - and which are not.
Strategies to manage crowding in Indigenous households can reduce the negative effects for people living in those households, according to this report.
These twenty brief reports use consumption accounting methods to present the critical economic, social and environmental measures that underpin the world's top twenty economies, the G20.
Assesses, in general terms, key trends in various cost of living measurements (including the consumer price index), as well as wage indexes in Australia.
This communique presents the agreed positions of the participants in the G20 Brisbane Summit, as well as key documents, and issues for further action.
Feeling stressed and unhealthy? There's growing evidence that taking a walk in a park might be better than popping a pill.
This report argues that Australia has a need for greater water use efficiency and the identification and utilisation of alternative water resources to avoid potential conflict between users.
The Australian government should announce an independent, transparent domestic process to define our initial post-2020 target offer, argues this report.
The Abbott government is tying the success of its Direct Action policy to a clean coal technology that is still in the very early stages of development.
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