Australia has found common ground to respond to Covid-19. We can do the same for climate change | Emma Herd, CEO, IGCCDownloadRead more
This article first appeared in The Guardian 07 May 2020 After all we have already endured in 2020 we should know that stopping an emergency is far better than responding to one. In just a few short months, many more people in Australia have faced greater adversity in 2020 than in the decade since we emerged from the global financial
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This article first appeared in The Age on 15 January 2020. For decades persistent scientific and economic warnings that Australia is on the frontline of climate change has fallen on too many deaf ears in Canberra. So it’s only natural that many Australians now hope that this devastating bushfire season will shake our leaders out of their apathy and open
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The Australian extractive sector has a critical role to play in delivering the resources needed to deliver a prosperous low carbon economy. As vocal supporters of the Paris Agreement investors have called upon global leaders and governments to strengthen nationally determined contributions to meet the global emissions reduction goal and to do this by 2020. We now call on companies
Unlocking economic opportunities means moving past scare campaigns | Erwin Jackson, Director, Policy, IGCCDownloadRead more
This article first appeared in The Guardian 07 May 2019. The current election campaign discussions on climate change fails to address the real challenges that face the nation. The super partisan nature of the debate and the focus on mythical costs of action risks significantly harming our prosperity and resulting in another decade of squandered economic opportunity.