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Neil Gunningham

Working paper

Regulation, economic instruments and sustainable energy

The world’s energy system is at a crossroads. Current global trends in energy supply and consumption are patently unsustainable– environmentally, economically and socially. But that can – and must – be altered; there’s still time to change the road we’re on. It is not an...
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Regulation, economic instruments and sustainable energy

In 2008 the International Energy Agency ('IEA') called for an 'energy revolution', involving radical action by governments at national and local levels, and through participation in co-ordinated international mechanisms. As the IEA (2008, 37) put it: "The world’s energy system is at a crossroads. Current...
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A review of key characteristics that determine the efficacy of OHS instruments

Codes of practice and guidance material fulfil important roles in Australia and New Zealand under their respective regulatory regimes. The former provide greater certainty about what constitutes compliance and the latter provide broader advice. Yet notwithstanding their centrality to the success of OHS regulation, these...