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This poll indicates that concern over the economy and jobs overshadowed the 'carbon tax' and other issues, voters were split on repeal and there was more support for the Coalition honouring their promised pollution reduction targets than repealing carbon pricing.
The findings come from...
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...
In order to achieve current climate change goals, Australia needs to use a long-term carbon budget approach to properly assess the risks, responsibilities and realities of doing its fair share.
Australia’s carbon laws and international negotiations are based on avoiding more than two...