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This report builds on the work of the first Australian National Outlook report published by the CSIRO in 2015. It is the culmination of two years of sophisticated integrated modelling and the expertise of many of Australia’s business, academic and non-profit leaders, to examine what...
This report uses comparative analysis to provide insight into the potential for Non-Motorised Transport to assist African cities, and the global community, in achieving their climate-related goals.
This paper highlights the critical role of long-term strategies (LTSs) and nationally determined contributions (NDCs) in advancing the G20 goal of strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive growth.
This cost-benefit analysis finds that developing clean economies, whilst tackling climate change, will actually deliver economic benefits.
This publication aims to reach out to young people in Asia and the Pacific – tertiary students, young adults and early career professionals. It is intended to enhance their knowledge of the natural environment, human health and the built environment to promote a better understanding...
This report analyses responses from companies to CDP’s questionnaire in 2018 and focuses on what companies are reporting about the risks and opportunities they may face from climate change and its potential financial implications.
This paper presents the potential benefits and challenges of enhanced international co-ordination on carbon pricing and outlines the different types and levels of co-ordination that are available for national and sub-national governments. These levels include, inter alia, facilitating new pricing schemes, phasing out inefficient fossil...
This policy paper looks at the existential climate-related security risk through a scenario set thirty years into the future.
The debate about the transition away from fossil fuels has focused on costs, but right here in Australia we have examples of the benefits of sustainable new energy sources for our cities.
The International Energy Agency’s annual benchmark for tracking energy investment, World Energy Investment 2019 provides a full picture of today’s capital flows and what they might mean for tomorrow’s energy sector. It assesses whether the frameworks and strategies put in place by governments, the energy...