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This report examines the program's governance, design and administration, risk management processes, audit and compliance mechanisms and capacity issues.
Rapid roll out, wide access to the program for both householders and entrants to the installation industry, and ease of transactions were key...
Conventional wisdom suggests that subsidising biofuel production will reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This paper shows that in many cases, and for a wide range of parameter values, this is not true.
Biofuel subsidies can generate supply-side response by fossil fuel producers that accelerates...
Emissions trading has the potential to have undesirable financial, ethical and psychological impacts and to crowd out voluntary actions according to this journal article.
Human induced climate change has become a prominent political issue, at both national and international levels, leading to the search...
The Australian debate on carbon pricing has been dominated by concerns that Australia might lose industry and jobs offshore if it has a carbon price when competitor countries do not. If Australian production moves to countries with higher emissions, this would defeat the purpose of...
The Climate Institute and the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST) have named Australia's leading super funds in a second survey of fund management of climate change risk and opportunity.
The Climate Institute, in partnership with the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, has established...
The think tank brought together regional practitioners and national and international climate change adaptation researchers to identify regional challenges, knowledge needs and adaptation strategies.
This report provides information on the preliminary outcomes of environmental watering during 2008-09, involving ten wetlands and floodplains in three Murray-Darling Basin states.
Some 10.9 gigalitres of Commonwealth environmental water was used at these sites. Approximately 4 gigalitres was also contributed to these sites...