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The Carbon Market Institute’s (CMI) Australian Climate Policy Survey provides a critical means of capturing the views of Australian business and industry to inform government and the wider community. It captures data on climate and energy policy and on corporate climate action, in addition to...
This report includes details on the state of the climate and presents trends in the emissions and atmospheric concentrations of the main greenhouse gases. It highlights the urgency of fundamental socio-economic transformation in key sectors such as land use and energy in order to avert...
This report finds that the last ten years have, in some ways, been a lost decade of climate action. Greenhouse gas emissions have only grown, and faster and deeper cuts are now urgently needed.
This paper explores how countries can plan, implement, and review their climate action by engaging the private sector.
This report argues that as the world increasingly shifts away from fossil fuels to a renewable energy future, Queensland can position itself as a leader in the transition to a modern, clean renewable powered economy.
Combating climate change requires unified action across all sectors of society. However, this collective action is precluded by the ‘consensus gap’ between scientific knowledge and public opinion.
Here, the authors test the extent to which the iconic cities around the world are likely to...
This policy report provides an overview of current issues in climate change litigation, focusing on selected cases and developments from May 2018 to May 2019.
This cost-benefit analysis finds that developing clean economies, whilst tackling climate change, will actually deliver economic benefits.
This report presents to the Victorian government recommendations for interim carbon emissions targets for 2021-2025 and 2026-2030, indicative trajectories to 2050, advice on opportunities to reduce Victoria’s emissions and the other evidence that was considered in arriving at the recommended targets.