Built & Natural Environments

Commentary
30 June 2015

Climate policy is in the media yet again, but this time it might be different.

Research
30 June 2015

Discusses a range of factors that Solomon Islands villagers face when deciding whether or not to allow access to minerals buried in land over which they hold customary tenure.

Research
29 June 2015

In order to guide the development of sound long term policy to address climate change, these principles reflect extensive discussions between the diverse organisations participating in the...

Website
25 June 2015

The Global Risk Map covers major natural hazard events over the past 115 years, highlighting the social and economic devastation caused by cyclones, floods, earthquakes and related perils, and...

Research
23 June 2015

Outlines the potential impact of the fuel excise on the environment and on lower income Australians.

Commentary
22 June 2015

A series of trends has combined to radically change policies among the largest emitters

Research
22 June 2015

Using mainstream economic analysis to review the market itself, the authors found high search costs, demand risk, problems with exchange, and lack of competition present key barriers to achieving...

Research
19 June 2015

In contrast to the state’s low social spending, the Queensland Government spent $9.5 billion assisting the mining and fossil fuel industry between 2008-09 and 2013-14, argues this report.

Research
18 June 2015

This White Paper is a vision to unlock the great potential and opportunities of the north. It focuses on building priority roads, developing water resources, removing red tape, building a...

Website
18 June 2015

The table outlines the commercial banks that have loaned the most money to fossil fuel projects and companies since January 2008.