This document reports on a technology-based optimisation model that represents the entire New Zealand energy system, encompassing energy carriers and processes from primary resources to final energy consumption
All G7 members have sharpened their climate and trade policies to consider the use of carbon border adjustments. This paper argues that Australia should lean in, rather than push back, on the development of such a proposal while taking advantage of the opportunities in existing...
This report outlines the Climate Change Commission's first advice to government on climate action in Aotearoa. The advice in this report details the paths Aotearoa can take to meet its climate targets.
Woodside and BHP’s Scarborough to Pluto LNG project is the most polluting fossil fuel project currently proposed in Australia. This report details the impacts of the project and examines Woodside’s management of climate change risks.
The Queensland government is cutting greenhouse gas emissions and capitalising on Australia’s renewable energy boom and growing clean industries. This report outlines initiatives that would be transformational for the state, and also make a tangible improvement to the lives of everyday Queenslanders.
This paper provides a credible basis from which to judge Australia’s progress on emissions reduction, and compares Australia’s emissions trend against that of similarly developed countries. The results demonstrate that, while most other developed economies have reduced their emissions since 2005, Australia’s emissions have risen.