Corporate energy transition: legal tools for shifting companies towards clean energy practices
This research recognises that changes in the energy systems to reduce climate risks cannot be achieved by government policy alone. The private sector and corporations, especially large corporate emitters, have an important role to play.
Governance models for natural disaster risk management: legal, regulatory, institutional and financial risk mechanisms - final report
The focus on law and governance has enabled the project to examine a wide range of drivers and mechanisms that influence adaptation around extreme events and drawn attention to the many different actors involved in shaping how climate risk is managed in Victoria, including businesses...
Limp, Leap or Learn? Developing legal frameworks for climate change adaptation planning in Australia
Abstract Settlements in coastal and bushfire prone areas across Australia face major challenges in adapting to potential climate change impacts. This report identifies the range of legal tools and instruments that can be used to influence the spatial distribution and nature of land use and...