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A benchmark of Australian attitudes to climate change, related policies and solutions.
Report explores the extent to which climate change is impacting coffee production globally.
The Climate Institute's roadmap for an urgent, inclusive, long term agenda for climate action in Australia.
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Australia's most comprehensive research into attitudes about climate change, energy and related solutions.
CON2017
If President Donald Trump withdraws, as he has said he will, it's not the Paris agreement that we should be worried about, so much as the US itself.
Whether or not US President Donald Trump withdraws the United States from the Paris Agreement is less important than how other countries respond to his decision.
Companies grappling with financial risks from efforts to limit climate change are beginning to go further than just factoring in a 2°C future. Read more at https://www.businessinsider.com.au/companies-are-finally-starting-to-think-about-what-their-business-will-look-like-in-a-1-5c-warmer-world-but-it-may-not-be-enough-2017-5#PwcDKV78TuXMPbVa.99
How feasible is the Paris Agreement’s objective of limiting global warming to 1.5ºC? Why do businesses and investors need to consider 1.5ºC?
Submission to the Australian Governments 2017 Review of Climate Change Policies
This policy brief outlines the role that long-term emissions targets play in setting government policy and guiding business strategies.
The past two years have seen significant shifts in corporate activity regarding climate change. For businesses, the entry into force of the Paris Agreement has perhaps been the key catalyst to contemplate a future policy environment consistent with its objective of limiting global warming to well below 2°C. Some companies are committing to and disclosing carbon targets informed by the Paris Agreement. Others have performed and published scenario analyses showing the impacts on the business from various climate policy futures. This report provides a status update of corporate responses to the 1.5-2°C objective. It also, identifies gaps and challenges, and their implications, and offers recommendations for driving strong responses and more meaningful disclosures. In sharing the experiences from those in the vanguard of climate risk response, we hope that others contemplating action may benefit from lessons learnt so far in this area of increasing importance.
Submission to the Independent Review into the Future Security of the National Electricity Market.
Analysis explores why there is no appetite for "clean coal" in Australia.
Why the switch to cleaner energy will continue regardless of President Trump.
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