House of Representatives Standing Committee on the Environment and Energy

Owning Institution:

Not without your approval: a way forward for nuclear technology in Australia

This report outlines the findings from a parliamentary inquiry that saw the committee travel across Australia over recent months, taking evidence and assessing over 300 submissions on the prerequisites for nuclear energy in Australia.

Cane toads on the march

This inquiry provided an opportunity to review and renew efforts to control the spread of cane toads. The recommendations in this report envisage taking immediate practical steps, as well as continuing with research efforts toward larger-scale solutions.

Report on the inquiry into the management and use of Commonwealth environmental water

This inquiry focused on the role of the Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder (CEWH), including how environmental water is being used, the outcomes achieved and options for improving community engagement.

Powering our future: Inquiry into modernising Australia's electricity grid

This inquiry heard that a lack of policy certainty is impacting on the operation of the NEM, as a lack of certainty has an impact on investment. The policy certainty required relates to a mechanism to achieve emissions reduction in the electricity sector. The electricity...