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Three recent developments in the international climate change regime have profound implications for Australia. They are: the imminent start- up of the European Emissions Trading System; the near-success of the McCain-Lieberman Bill in the US Senate; and the announcement that Russia will ratify the Kyoto...
The three activities that account for much of Australia's relatively high per capita greenhouse emissions also present significant abatement opportunities, argues Hal Turton. The high levels of emissions from these sectors are not caused by underlying intractable physical or social constraints, nor are they based...
The existing system of nature reserves in Australia is inadequate for the long-term conservation and restoration of native biological diversity because it fails to accommodate, among other elements, large scale and long-term ecological processes and change, including physical and biotic transport in the landscape. This...