Publications Library

Research is at the core to all of our work. Evidence and a cross-sectoral national and global perspective and an ability to engage on critical issues in international, economic, political and social realms distinguishes our work and ensures it remains balanced and effective.   

A library of all of our publications - from policy and media briefs to meatier reports and submissions - can be found here.

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The US lays its cards on the table.
Discussion paper outlining why states should have a decarbonisation strategy.
Outline of why progression should be measured by both absolute and the rate of emission reductions.
Submission on Australia’s international undertakings under the UNFCCC and implications for future targets.
Outline of latest developments and comparison of country targets.
This Research Brief outlines what the 2015 Intergenerational Report should say about climate change.
Extreme weather events and climate change are hampering how we play, train for, and watch sport.
Sport cover
Report examining what can be expected from the latest round of UNFCCC negotiations in Lima.
lima cop 20 cover
Analysis of nations' post-2020 emission targets, and what Australia's should be.
Post 2020 paper cover
The most significant subsidy to the energy sector is the unpriced cost of carbon emissions.
Social Cost of Carbon Cover
New modelling shows who really benefits from reducing the Renewable Energy Target.
Who Really Benefits Cover
Examining the proposals before Parliament in July 2014.
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