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Frank Jotzo

Professor; Director, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy.

Qualifications

Dipl-VWL (Berlin), MEcDev (ANU), PhD (ANU)

Contact details

Phone: 6125 4367

Room: Crawford 2.93

Snowy 2.0: the lowdown on hydro

A step in the right direction for Australian energy policy?

Trump and climate

A dampener to the global climate change effort, but new leadership opportunities emerge.

Sharing the global climate finance effort

Securing a global deal to help low-income countries tackle climate change

Australia can have it all – economy, and ecology

How to achieve economic growth and environmental protection.

In the race, but at the back

Australia has finally come to the climate change party, writes Frank Jotzo.

Obama's new climate plan is leadership fuel for other nations

Clean Power Plan will encourage international action, writes Frank Jotzo.

China's climate change pledge

Frank Jotzo reviews China's long-anticipated pledge to the international climate change negotiations.

Ambitious reductions

Australia can cut emissions deeply and with low cost.

US–China agreement presages a change in the air

Bringing the world a big step closer to meaningful post-2020 action on climate change.

Australia comes in from the cold

Lima deal leaves lots to do, writes Frank Jotzo.

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