Organisation

Climate Council

Alternate Name:

Climate Council of Australia


The Climate Council is Australia’s leading climate change communications organisation. They provide authoritative, expert advice to the Australian public on climate change and solutions based on the most up-to-date science available.

Report

Game, set, match: calling time on climate inaction

Sport is a major part of Australian culture. Every weekend, millions of Australians participate in or watch sport. The report describes the influence of climate change on extreme weather events, with a specific focus on how each type of event can affect specific sports.
Report

Hitting home: the compounding costs of climate inaction

This report outlines the latest science on how climate change is driving more destructive heatwaves, downpours, cyclones, droughts, fires and other extreme weather events. It highlights significant events in Australia and around the world from the past two years.
Report

Passing gas: why renewables are the future

This report explores the Morrison Government’s pledge to the gas industry and uncovers some unsavoury truths - that emissions from gas are under-reported, that the second biggest user of gas in Australia is the gas industry itself, that the international gas market is in crisis...
Report

Leaders and legends: thousands of clean jobs for Queenslanders

This report finds that accelerating the development of Renewable Energy Zones (REZ) will give Queensland a global competitive advantage in energy-intensive industries, create jobs for Queenslanders, and new export opportunities for Australia.
Position paper

Putting jobs-rich climate solutions at the centre of Victoria’s economic recovery from COVID-19

Seven leading climate, environment and renewable energy organisations have joined forces to publish this position paper, which calls for jobs-rich climate solutions to be at the centre of Victoria’s economic recovery from COVID-19.