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This paper is designed to demystify the Renewable Energy Target, look at what it has achieved and what it is capable of achieving, and to consider the challenges it faces in the near future.
Australians love renewable energy. A recent survey...
The Victorian Coalition Government's systematic campaign against renewable energy has cost Victoria investment, employment and revenue according to this report.
The Synthesis Report (SYR) of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report (AR5) provides an overview of the state of knowledge concerning the science of climate change, emphasizing new results since the publication of the IPCC Fourth Assessment Report in 2007 (AR4)
The Australian government should announce an independent, transparent domestic process to define our initial post-2020 target offer, argues this report.
Much of the recent climate policy debate in Australia has been framed around our 2020 emissions reduction and renewable energy goals....
Provides the latest research on which Australian States and Territories are winning the race to renewables - and which are not.
4 key findings
1. Australia's States and Territories have an important leadership role to play in tackling climate change and growing...
Climate change is intensifying, but along with the repeal of the carbon tax, the price of coal has dropped – making it more appealing as an energy source. What lies ahead … for Australia and the world?
The Australian economy is largely propped up...
This report argues that Australia is not realising its wind energy potential and is currently generating far less energy from wind power than many European countries.
Wind power is one of the least greenhouse gas intensive energy sources available and Australia...
This paper considers various advantages and disadvantages of harnessing energy from the sun, arguing that the health and environmental impacts of solar are minimal in comparison to fossil fuels.
Australia has some of the best conditions in the world for producing...
At present burning woodchips or other native forest biomass, is not a certified form of renewable energy under the Renewable Emergy Target. Electricity generated from burning native forest biomass is not eligible for RECs. The Australian Forest Products Association is seeking to have the regulation...
Since 2007, The Climate Institute has produced Climate of the Nation research capturing the nation's pulse on attitudes to climate change. This year's results show an increasing awareness and concern about the impacts of climate change and the country’s future energy mix amid the intensifying...