Pages tagged by "climate change policy"

Trump and climate

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

The multiple dimensions of climate change

Finding a deeper understanding of climate change at Crawford School.

Australia can have it all – economy, and ecology

How to achieve economic growth and environmental protection.

Targets put Australia at front of climate fight

How Australia stacks up in the global push to tackle climate change.

Short term pain, long term gain

The challenges of finding the right climate policy design.

Ambitious reductions

Australia can cut emissions deeply and with low cost.

Carbon emissions trading in China: the evolution from pilots to a nationwide scheme

Putting a price on carbon is considered a crucial step for China’s endeavor of harnessing the market forces to reduce its energy consumption and carbon emissions. Indeed, aligned with China’s grand experiment with low-carbon provinces and low-carbon cities in six provinces and thirty-six cities, the Chinese central government has approved the seven pilot carbon trading schemes. These seven pilot regions are deliberately selected to be at varying stages of development and are given considerable leeway to design their own schemes.

No pregnant pause for policy pupil

Master of Public Policy student shares her juggling act.

Making climate policy from a debate driven by extremes

Warwick McKibbin on what the US-China agreement means for Australia.

Pressure for pledges

Historic China-US deal puts climate policy pressure on other nations.

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