The editors of this publication conclude that the fast-growing share of traded emissions in the global total requires a change to the climate regime, giving greater attention to traded emissions and consumption footprints than has been the case to date.
The Ministry of Transport has produced this working paper to provide the government with a range of options to support greater uptake of alternative green fuels in the road freight industry. This is part of the Ministry’s wider programme of work to reduce greenhouse gas...
A key goal of this roadmap is to ensure Australia remains at the forefront of the global low emissions technological innovation.
The recommendations outlined in this report are intended to help Australia exceed its current international commitments and create a pathway for ongoing emissions reductions beyond 2030 to meet future commitments under the Paris Agreement.
This issue focusses on examining whether changes in either electricity or gas consumption resulting from the pandemic response and economic slow-down are as yet apparent. It also includes a new graph, showing the emissions embodied in LNG exported from Queensland.
Australia has an historic opportunity to create a multi-billion-dollar, export-focused manufacturing sector based on globally competitive renewable energy. This report outlines a practical plan that could be a win-win-win: it would create a new export industry, support carbon workers, and cut emissions.
The Climate Change Authority has released this paper for consultation on its 2020 review of the Emissions Reduction Fund (ERF).