Media Releases

The Climate Institute is an active media commentator. A list of our media releases, starting with the most recent, is below.

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Federal climate policy review offers real chance to move out of chaos Mar 24, 2017 - 12:13pm

With the release today of the Discussion Paper for the federal government’s Review of Climate Change Policies, The Climate Institute said that the most important outcome that can achieved through this process is to address the long term climate policy uncertainty that is currently harming our energy markets.
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SA government energy plans highlight absence of national strategy Mar 14, 2017 - 1:09pm

The South Australian government’s six-point policy response to the electricity issues facing the state, announced today, highlights the need for a better national approach to energy security, affordability and decarbonisation, said The Climate Institute.
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Chair of Board announces closure of The Climate Institute Mar 08, 2017 - 5:14pm

The Board of The Climate Institute (TCI) has announced that the TCI will cease to operate on June 30 2017. The Board announced that the decisions comes as a result of being unable to establish the viable level of funding that would enable The Climate Institute to continue in a meaningful, sustainable form.
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Financial regulator sends clear message on need to manage carbon risk Feb 17, 2017 - 6:15pm

The Climate Institute said today that the speech by Geoff Summerhayes, APRA member, sends a clear signal to business that it is time to ensure your house is in order on managing the impacts of climate change and the transition to clean energy.
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No room for partisan politics in energy Feb 13, 2017 - 12:01am

Representatives of Australian communities, including civil society, households, workers, investors, business energy users and energy suppliers today challenged all political leaders to stop partisan antics and work together to reform Australia’s energy systems and markets to deliver the reliable, affordable and clean energy that is critical to wellbeing, employment and prosperity.
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