Pages tagged by "climate policy"

Tackling Australian policy’s ‘trauma zone’

Why Australia needs a change of gear on climate policy.

Australia’s electricity sector: policy options to support a low-carbon transition

Electricity production is Australia’s largest carbon dioxide emitting sector, and offers great potential for emissions reductions both in the short and long term, all the way to decarbonisation of the power supply. The existing policy framework however is not geared to support a comprehensive low-carbon transition. Government has foreshadowed a 2017 climate policy review, while the Labor party has said that it would implement new policies if in power.

Big carbon cuts need new policy framework

Paris talks should produce a goal for emissions, and a way to limit future costs.

Carbon pricing is still the best way to cut emissions

But only if we get it right, writes Steve Thomas.

Making climate policy from a debate driven by extremes

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

Business seeks ambitious climate targets

Survey shows support for going beyond current 2020 emissions target.

Climate change, the UN and China

Crawford research contributes to a big month in climate change policy.

Carbon compromise

Political negotiation needed for carbon pricing.

A compromise climate policy for Australia

Palmer move shows that creditable climate policy is possible.

Australia’s low carbon prosperity

How will economies thrive in a low carbon world?

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