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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CSIRO BOM State of Climate Report – Costs growing, more action needed Oct 27, 2016 - 8:30am

Today’s State of the Climate report from CSIRO and the Bureau of Meteorology shows Australia is being put at risk by those who cling to the energy systems of the past, said The Climate Institute today.
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New global economic and diplomatic climate realities call for a plan to come clean Oct 13, 2016 - 7:15am

Australia is again under sharp international scrutiny on its economic and emissions plans*, highlighting the continuing gulf between economic, energy and climate plans, The Climate Institute said today.
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Realities of power production in Australia’s future need to be recognised in COAG’s new national electricity market review, announced today Oct 07, 2016 - 4:33pm

The independent review of the national electricity market, agreed to by the COAG Energy Council today, will only be useful if it faces up to the inescapable realities of the future of energy in a changing climate, The Climate Institute said.
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Statement on COAG Energy Council meeting and Paris Agreement Oct 06, 2016 - 4:20pm

The Climate Institute is participating in and facilitating the summary of proceedings at today’s SA energy summit, ahead of the COAG Energy Council meeting. Today’s summit comes on a historic day - enough countries have ratified the Paris Agreement to bring it into force next month* – years earlier than expected.
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AEMO preliminary report on South Australian blackout Oct 05, 2016 - 10:47am

AEMO is clear that the primary cause of the power failure was the weather, which resulted in "multiple transmission system faults". In response to an "extensive number" of these faults, for safety reasons, a number of wind farms reduced generation.
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