Organisation

Climate Council

Alternate Name:

Climate Council of Australia

Report

Introducing the dirty dozen: Australia's filthiest fossil fuel polluters

This report finds that between 2016 and 2021, just 12 fossil fuel corporations in Australia emitted carbon pollution equivalent to more than 50% of total Pacific Islands emissions over the same period.
Survey

Summary of results from national study of the impact of climate-fuelled disasters on the mental health of Australians

In December 2022, the Climate Council, supported by Beyond Blue, undertook an extensive two-part national study designed to better understand the impact of climate-fuelled disasters on mental health in Australia. This paper provides a snapshot of some of the most significant findings.
Report

The great deluge: Australia's new era of unnatural disasters

2022 will be remembered as the year of the 'great deluge' - when record-breaking rain and floods lashed large parts of Eastern Australia, causing untold devastation for Australians and the national economy. The authors of this report call for all levels of government to speed...
Report

Are we there yet? Clean transport scorecard for Australian states and territories

This report argues that policies and investments that reduce transport emissions can be put in place now using existing technologies. This makes reducing emissions in the transport sector quickly this decade much easier than is the case for some other sectors of the economy, where...
Briefing paper

Race to zero emissions: who's the cleanest of them all?

As the Australian government develops its National Electric Vehicle Strategy and considers introducing fuel efficiency standards, the Climate Council has taken a look under the hood to find out where top selling car makers rank in the race to zero emissions.