The Climate Institute is an active contributor in the media. Here you can find our Media Releases (news statements) and Media Briefs (more detailed information on key issues).
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RET negotiations need to help decarbonise, not recarbonise, the electricity sector
Dec 18, 2014 - 11:03am
Any adjustments to the Renewable Energy Target need to strengthen rather than weaken its ability to help drive the sustained decarbonisation of the electricity sector, said The Climate Institute today.
Progress in Lima puts spotlight on Australias post-2020 targets
Dec 14, 2014 - 6:00pm
Progress at the Lima climate summit puts the spotlight back on the post 2020 target Australia will develop early next year, and ensures that science and a broader view of Australia’s national interest must be considered, The Climate Institute said today.
Government's Green Climate Fund move is a welcome first step
Dec 10, 2014 - 10:19am
The Climate Institute welcomes the government’s contribution of $200 million to the Green Climate Fund as a first step towards fair and proper financial support for poor and vulnerable countries responding to climate change, but added that these funds need to be additional to the aid budget and shouldn't come at the expense of current aid provision.
Australia should not go to Lima empty handed
Dec 09, 2014 - 12:00am
Statement by CEOs and other senior representatives from 13 environment and development NGOs in Australia, calling for the government to make a contribution to climate finance via the Green Climate Fund.
Global map spotlights countries' climate action
Dec 05, 2014 - 9:44am
Struggling to keep up with what various countries are doing on climate change and clean energy? Apart from in Australia, there is growing action aplenty. To help, The Climate Institute today launched a revamped Global Climate Action Map, an interactive online tool that highlights countries’ key climate policy developments.