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Ben Caldecott


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Research report

04 Jul 2017

The stabilisation of the climate system in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change is impossible without the timely phase out of unabated coal from the global energy system. Coal currently accounts for 29 percent of global primary energy supply and generates 44 percent of global CO2...

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27 Mar 2015

New research from Oxford University has named Australia's most polluting coal fired power stations and warns of the risks they pose to the economy and the environment.

The report's author, Ben Caldecott, has been openly critical of the Australian Government's record on climate change and...

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Working paper

27 Mar 2015

This paper locates subcritical coal-fired power stations in Australia and identified the ones most at risk of stranding due to their carbon intensity and local environmental impacts. The research shows which companies own these assets in Australia and ranks companies by exposure. In addition, we...

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Research report

16 Dec 2013

The report looks at how China's changing demand for coal could impact coal-related assets in Australia, which is a large and growing coal exporter to China.

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This report investigates how China’s demand for coal is changing as a result of environment-related...

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