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Climate Change Authority targets: “bare minimum” for climate and competitiveness tests
Jul 02, 2015 - 1:45pm
The Climate Change Authority’s (CCA) final recommendations on what Australia’s 2025 and 2030 pollution reduction targets should be represent the bare minimum what is in our nation’s climate and competitiveness interests, The Climate Institute said today.
Australia risks being caught in backwash as China and others announce plans to modernise and clean up economies
Jun 30, 2015 - 11:21am
The Australian economy risks being caught in the backwash of global climate action and economic modernisation, The Climate Institute said today in response to China’s formal announcement on its post-2020 pollution reduction targets.
Broad alliance points to common ground on climate policy
Jun 29, 2015 - 12:01am
The Australian Climate Roundtable, an unprecedented alliance of major Australian business, union, research, environment, investor and social groups has come together to put the climate policy debate on common ground and offer a way forward.
Reported pollution targets would fail climate as well as competitiveness tests
Jun 23, 2015 - 11:00am
Pollution reduction targets reported to be under consideration by the government would fail key climate and competitiveness tests with Australia’s pollution dependent economy and slowing carbon productivity improvements a growing liability in a world increasingly focusing on a zero carbon economy, said The Climate Institute today.
Strong targets towards a carbon pollution free Australia
Jun 16, 2015 - 12:01am
As global pressure builds and the government considers its post-2020 emissions reduction targets this week, an alliance of more than 50 civil society groups are calling on parliamentarians to commit to zero carbon pollution in Australia by 2050.