Australian Greenhouse Office

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30 May 2007

This overview by Andrew Ash presents projections of climate change for the 21st century, potential impacts and actions required. Warmer and drier conditions are expected, with more extreme events. Extreme weather will impact urban living. Water resources are likely to be further stressed. Risk management...


28 Sep 2006

Energy Efficiency in Government Operations (EEGO) is an updated version of the Australian Government’s 1997 policy Measures for Improving Energy Efficiency in Commonwealth Operations. It sets the strategy for Australian Government agencies to achieve revised energy intensity portfolio targets by the 2011-2012 financial year.Energy Efficiency...


28 Sep 2006

Australian Government agencies have cut their energy consumption by 5.2 per cent and greenhouse gas emissions by 2.3 per cent over the past seven years according to this report. The Australian Government is reducing greenhouse gas emissions from its own operations by adopting measures to...


28 Sep 2006

The global climate is changing, and will continue to change, in ways that affect the planning and day to day operations of businesses, government agencies and other organisations. The manifestations of climate change include higher temperatures, altered rainfall patterns, and more frequent or intense extreme...


28 Sep 2006

Climate change is likely to have significant impacts on Australia. This CSIRO report for the Australian Greenhouse Office creates specific scenarios and projections for 2030 for changes in average annual temperature, rainfall, and sea-level; average daily extremes of temperature, rainfall, cyclone intensity and fire danger;...

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