04 March 2014 | Air and ocean temperatures across Australia are now, on average, almost a degree Celsius warmer than they were in 1910, with most of the warming occurring since 1950, according to this report. This warming has seen Australia experiencing more warm weather and extreme heat, and fewer cool extremes.
24 February 2014 | Drawing on the academic literature on effective governance of complex systems and effective water governance, this paper identifies some principles for use in water governance in New Zealand.
25 February 2014 | In his winning entry for the Gavin Mooney Memorial Essay Competition, a Sydney GP argues that language, and different ways of knowing, have been getting in the way of action on climate change.
“I DON’T believe in that climate change.”
17 October 2013 | A murder trial in Alice Springs held up a mirror to the town’s dealings with issues of race, and the inter-racial dynamics turned out to be not nearly as clearcut as might be expected.
07 November 2011 | Acknowledging the importance of drawing from credible sources, this guide provides advice on ten reliable and easily accessible sources of research written for non-specialist readers.
04 April 2011 | This guide has been issued to help designers, architects, builders and clients to better understand the Disability (Access to Premises - buildings) Standards 2010 which will commence on 1 May 2011.
10 August 2009 | The Climate Action Network Australia has prepared seven summary sheets to provide a clear track through the climate negotiations of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
17 January 2014 | How did climate change action ‐ once ‘the greatest moral, economic and social challenge of our time’ − become political poison? When (and why) did we fall from the giddy heights of the Kyoto Protocol signing, and the rise of emissions reduction schemes around the globe, back to suspicion and resignation?
11 November 2013 | We are in the midst of an energy revolution - gas - and it’s important that we get it right so there’s enough for both the home market and the export market, that the price is competitive and that it’s not too much of a strain on our environment.Australia is on track to being the world's biggest gas exporter with a potential with of $53 billion a year but how do we get to that point? We are still experiencing infrastructure issues especially in the short term and there are still environmental issues, especially in New South Wales, that need to be solved.