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The Prime Minister made reference to the potential role of ultra-supercritical coal and carbon capture and storage in his address at the National Press Club on Tuesday.
This analysis, and others by energy experts and business groups, shows there is no...
In December last year, the world negotiated and adopted the historic Paris Agreement on climate change. For the first time, all countries – rich and poor, large and small – agreed to take universal action to limit global warming to 1.5-2°C, to achieve net zero...
Examines the views of Australians about matters relating to climate change and energy policy, through the ups and downs of changing weather patterns, related natural disasters and the waxing and waning of the political landscape.
Executive Summary The Climate Institute has been conducting...
There goes the neighbourhood , is the largest review of the financial implications of climate risk to housing in Australia.
Natural hazards that are introduced or exacerbated by climate change include coastal shifts (erosion, storm surge, inundation etc.), riverine flooding, and bushfires. These...
The Climate Institute's May update on the most recent developmentson new targets and other policies.
In the lead-up to the Paris climate talks in November, countries are advancing their domestic climate and clean energy efforts and developing their post-2020 emission reduction targets....
Outlines why progression should be interpreted as increased ambition not just in terms of absolute emission reductions, but also in the rate of emission reductions. In other words, countries’ targets should not just increase the amount of emissions reduced, but the speed at which this...
This submission focuses on Australia’s international undertakings under the United Nation’s Framework on Climate Change and the implications for future targets.
The Climate Institutes' submission to the Climate Change Authority’s Special Review on Australia’s future emissions reductions targets.
This report argues that climate change and extreme weather events threaten the viability of much of Australian sport as it’s currently played, either in the back yard, at local grounds, or in professional tournaments.
Climate change and extreme weather events...
The International Energy Agency’s annual energy projections, the World Energy Outlook (WEO), are a leading source for medium to long-term energy market modelling, which are widely used as an authoritative source by politicians, industry and the media. However, the scenarios within these projections are regularly...
Excluding the cost of carbon pollution from decision-making creates market distortions and the undervaluation of emission reduction, argues this report.
Australia’s energy sector has a long history of subsidies, ranging from government-built infrastructure to favourable taxation regimes. The most significant current...