Media Releases

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

If you can't find what you're looking for, or would like to arrange an interview, please contact Brinsley Marlay at bmarlay@climateinstitute.org.au or at 02 8239 6299.

 

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Energy reform is urgent to avert systemic crises Dec 13, 2016 - 4:00pm

Representatives of Australia’s communities, households, business energy users and energy suppliers today called on the Commonwealth Government, the States and all other stakeholders to support reform of Australia’s energy systems and markets to ensure reliability and affordability as we decarbonise the energy system.
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Any further policy instability in climate and energy will deliver lasting chaos Dec 09, 2016 - 4:38pm

Federal climate and energy policy chaos has reached a crisis point and further instability will have lasting negative consequences for our country, The Climate Institute said today.
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Ruling out options before the 2017 climate policy review even begins is irresponsible Dec 07, 2016 - 9:44am

When it was announced, The Climate Institute welcomed the 2017 climate policy review and consideration of post-2030 targets, which had been first promised by then-Prime Minister Abbott. However, ruling out options before this review even begins is irresponsible.
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2017 Climate Policy Review means clear choices on clean energy and climate challenge Dec 05, 2016 - 6:00am

The federal government’s 2017 Climate Policy Review means next year is a clear opportunity to choose between a credible pathway to net zero emissions or continue with the climate and energy policy chaos of the last ten years, The Climate Institute said today in commenting on the release of the Review’s terms of reference.
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Statement about fourth ERF auction Nov 24, 2016 - 4:58pm

The Deputy CEO of The Climate Institute, Erwin Jackson, said today that the Emissions Reduction Fund is a good tool for unlocking emission reductions in the land sector, but is only addresses a tiny fraction of Australia’s contribution to climate change. He said emissions from the burning of coal, oil and gas are the real drivers of escalating climate change impacts.
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