Global Climate Leadership Review 2012

Synopsis

Mar 19, 2012 - 1:00am

Global Climate Leadership Review 2012 positions Australian climate policy in a global context. It aims to elaborate on the implications of global climate diplomacy and domestic actions for Australia as they stood in early 2012. The overarching theme of this flagship project is leadership.

The report identifies which nations are currently leading the low carbon economy, who is leading the international negotiations and provides an annual case study of where Australia can show leadership. It provides the first update to the 2009 Low-Carbon Competitiveness Index (LCCI) which measures the ability of G20 nations to compete in the emerging global low-carbon economy. 

Here you can find the full report, the interactive LCCI, and other content such as factsheets and a powerpoint presentation of the report findings. 

To access the media release click here. 
Read Report
LCCI 2013 Feature Image
Leveraging emissions trading to achieve greater levels of global ambition.
Jennifer Morgan of the World Resources Institute shares her perspective on global action.
Review or download the key findings of the Global Climate Leadership Review 2012 on SlideShare.

Thanks

This project was conducted with key partner GE, Pacific Hydro, Bloomberg New Energy Finance and OgilvyEarth. The support of the British High Commission and Vivid Economics is also acknowledged.

 

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