This report, prepared by the world’s largest humanitarian network, warns that the number of people needing humanitarian assistance every year as a result of climate-related disasters could double by 2050. It suggests that this rising human toll will come with a huge financial price tag, with climate-related humanitarian costs ballooning to US$20 billion per year by 2030.
This report aims to inform and support professionals developing health campaigns, resources or interventions to cut through and move beyond popular media narratives regarding dating and hookup apps. It also examines these media narratives in order to better understand the cultural context of app use in Australia and elsewhere.
This document outlines the long-term vision of the Northern Territory government. A climate change response is a responsible economic strategy. It recognises that as Australia and the world transition to a low-carbon economy and respond to climate risk, those that don’t will be left behind.
This paper is designed to aid cities, as well as utilities, in exploring the opportunity to develop a partnership agreement and, if pursued, consider key factors relevant to successfully enable long-lasting and productive engagements.
This paper focuses on the substantial and complementary export opportunities emerge for Germany and Australia as a result of the move to energy networks powered by renewables, electrification of other sectors of the economy, the transition to zero emissions synthetic fuels and growing demand for zero-emissions metals and energy-intensive goods.
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