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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Australia should set timeline for post 2020 goal at UN Climate Summit
Sep 21, 2014 - 12:40pm
New York: Australia should share its timeline and process for setting post 2020 emissions reduction goals and restate its support for the international goal of avoiding 2°C warming at Tuesday’s UN Climate Summit in New York, The Climate Institute said today.
Better Growth, Better Climate report smashes economic myths ahead of NY Summit
Sep 16, 2014 - 2:00pm
As attention turns to next week’s UN Climate Summit in New York, The Climate Institute looks forward to what the Australian government will say about its climate strategy and whether it will take into account findings from reports like the one released today highlighting the need to combine climate and economic strategies.
Australian energy sector at evolutionary crosswords -- dinos ad campaign
Sep 15, 2014 - 7:00am
With decisions on the Renewable Energy Target (RET) at a key juncture, The Climate Institute today launched the final push of its Stop the Dinosaurs campaign with radio advertisements to support an online campaign highlighting the stunning growth of Australia’s renewable energy sector and the jobs it has created.
Cleaner electricity goal should be central to any bipartisan approaches
Sep 10, 2014 - 12:01pm
A bipartisan approach to decarbonising Australia's electricity sector with a goal of at least a 50 per cent cleaner power sector by 2030 needs to be central to discussions around the Renewable Energy Target, The Climate Institute said today.
The RET Review’s $22 billion conveniently misses key context
Aug 29, 2014 - 12:32pm
The Warburton Renewable Energy Target (RET) Review’s finding of a $22 billion resource cost has been inflated in significance and conveniently ignores key facts about fossil fuel subsidies, power prices and the climate reality of needing to decarbonise, not re-carbonise, our energy system, said The Climate Institute today.