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This short paper argues that the Coalition’s Climate policy remains unclear, and no independent analysis has shown that it can achieve substantial, absolute reductions in national emissions.
The new Coalition Government has said that it will seek to:Remove a price and limit...
This paper outlines the results of an analysis of both the Government’s legislated policies and a range of approaches the Coalition could take to implement its policy platform.
The Coalition is yet to announce details of key elements of its policy. To capture a...
The Climate Institute requested SKM MMA and Centre of Policy Studies (CoPS) to undertake an assessment of alternative policy options to achieve a given carbon emission target in Australia. The focus of the study was to compare outcomes under a suite of subsidy based policies...
This booklet argues that a rise of only a few degrees in the average global temperature risks our prosperity, security, and health.
Today, CO2 emissions from fossil fuels are around 50 per cent higher than they were 20 years ago, and...
This report argues that a growing majority of Australians think that their country should be a leader in finding climate solutions.
Since 2007, The Climate Institute has conducted comprehensive research into Australian attitudes to climate change and related policies. We...
Every Federal election, The Climate Institute undertakes a qualitative assessment of the climate change policy position of political parties and independents represented in the Parliament. The Institute bases this assessment on our analysis of what is required for Australia to contribute to...
This factsheet summarises the key findings of an opinion poll on the potential repeal of Australia's carbon laws.
Recent national polling shows that there is no support for the claim that the Federal election is a ‘referendum on the carbon laws’....
This report argues that Australia’s poor investment in energy efficiency is costing the nation tens of billions of dollars in economic growth.
Energy efficiency is both the single most costeffective way of lowering greenhouse gas emissions, and an essential component of...
This report argues that investments in Australian coal resources rest on a speculative bubble that ignore their impact on global carbon budgets and their exposure to rapid devaluation.
The 51 gigatonnes of carbon pollution (GtCO2) in Australian coal reserves that companies already have on...
This report examines some of the physical impacts of climate change on the infrastructure sector and the resulting cascade of consequences for the broader economy.
The report summarises findings from a workshop conducted in December 2012 by The Climate Institute, Manidis Roberts (a part...