Climate Change Innovation

The purpose of the collection is to provide an information hub for Victorian innovators in the climate change space.

Content encompasses academic research and development as well as case studies from broader industry literature such as industry magazines, web sites, advocacy organisations and so on, subject to copyright and open access.

This collection is sponsored by the Victorian Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.

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Climate Change Innovation

Report

13 Mar 2019
2

In order to achieve the environmental dimension of sustainable development, there is a need to scale up environmental action and also to improve environmental monitoring and analysis.

Report

4 Mar 2019
107

From the innovations and ethical dilemmas of synthetic biology, to the options for appropriate international adaptation to climate change, Frontiers 2018/19 explores the emerging environmental issues facing the planet.

Report

4 Mar 2019
9

Published in time for the Fourth United Nations Environmental Assembly, UN Environment’s sixth Global Environment Outlook (2019) calls on decision makers to take immediate action to address pressing environmental issues to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals as well as other Internationally Agreed Environment Goals, such...

Report

27 Feb 2019
5

This report directly responds to one of the resolutions approved at the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) in May 2016, which acknowledges the dearth of information on pastoralism and rangelands. The resolution calls for a gap analysis of environmental and socioeconomic information and the provision...

Journal article

25 Feb 2019
10

Global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) from fossil fuels and industry increased by 2.2% per year on average between 2005 and 2015. Global emissions need to peak and decline rapidly to limit climate change to well below 2 °C of warming, which is one of...

Working paper

21 Feb 2019
54

This White Paper, produced as part of the World Economic Forum System Initiative on Shaping the Future of Long-Term Investing, Infrastructure and Development , envisions how policy-makers, particularly those from fossil-fuel-rich economies, can apply private-sector investment techniques to transform their economies in preparation for a...

Journal article

29 Jan 2019
3

A substantial portion of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGE) has been attributed to the food sector, but little is known about the association between the carbon footprint of individual self-selected diets in the United States and nutritional quality.

The aims of this study were to...

Report

24 Jan 2019
8

The first ever global assessment of environmental rule of law finds weak enforcement to be a global trend that is exacerbating environmental threats, despite prolific growth in environmental laws and agencies worldwide over the last four decades.

Audio podcast

23 Jan 2019
18

Key to creating a sustainable city is innovation, done in a purposeful way that contributes to our societies, cities and our regions. And that, says Professor Coenen, is where Australia needs to raise its game.

Website

10 Jan 2019
13

This annual Bureau of Meteorology report shows that 2018 was Australia's third-warmest year on record, characterised by protracted drought and persistent warmth.

Briefing paper

6 Dec 2018
11

Addressing New Zealand’s energy challenges will necessitate more proactive and inclusive policy co-ordination by government and regulatory authorities than that practiced since the late 1980’s.

Journal article

22 Nov 2018
11

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For many agricultural commodity sectors, efforts to meet international obligations regarding emissions reduction are increasing. The Australian cotton industry has already made advances in this regard and the high yields associated with Australian cotton production dramatically minimise greenhouse gas emissions intensity....

Report

18 Nov 2018
3

The fashion industry reaches almost every person on the planet, and is one of the most polluting and in-transparent sectors in the world. The global system is stuck in a cycle of persistent problems. This report discusses how we can move from small innovations to...

Article

2 Nov 2018
7

Solar-powered batteries are the key to a future without electricity grids for Polynesian countries in the Pacific.

Report

A review of Australian public health legislation
26 Oct 2018
13

Abstract

Given the urgency of mitigating global warming and climate disruption with the consequent impacts on health and wellbeing, all avenues for the public health movement to drive action to mitigate and adapt to these threats need to be explored. This project investigated...

Journal article

21 Sep 2018
5

The Paris Agreement establishes provisions for using international carbon market mechanisms to achieve climate mitigation contributions. Environmental integrity is a key principle for using such mechanisms under the Agreement. This paper systematically identifies and categorizes issues and options to achieve environmental integrity, including how it...

Report

18 Sep 2018
59

This report summarises current research in health and environmental sciences, planning policy, legislation and standards, sustainability education, and innovative design trends. Its purpose is to inform future research into student thermal comfort and cooling solutions for schools in Western Sydney and NSW.

Guide

12 Sep 2018
1

In September 2018, the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) launched this guide, which consolidates the experiences from ICAP Members that have considered or operate a linked market alongside insights from the literature. It provides policymakers with step-by-step guidance throughout the whole process of linking.

Commentary

20 Aug 2018
16

A workable, credible climate policy has been the impossible object that has brought down every prime minister we’ve had for a more than a decade – all the way back to (and including) John Howard.

Discussion paper

31 Jul 2018
108

This review will focus on the three key aspects of the national greenhouse and energy reporting legislation: emissions and energy reporting, the safeguard mechanism and the auditing framework. The review will consider if each of the individual elements is achieving its objectives, is fit for...