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.
Australian headlines are designed to scare people into not acting on climate change | Erwin Jackson, Director, Policy, IGCCDownloadRead more
This article first appeared in The Guardian 21 February 2019. As we head into another cycle of climate change politics beware the economic doomsayers whenever Australia starts to have a serious conversation about addressing climate change headlines appear in newspapers of an economic apocalypse.
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On February 15, the Energy Security Board released a Consultation Paper for input on the development of the National Energy Guarantee (NEG). It builds on the high level proposal released in October 2017, setting out a framework to apply an emissions obligation and a reliability obligation to energy retailors.
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This article was first published on Renew Economy on 14 December 2017. If the previous decade has seen the climate change space occupied by activists, scientists, denialists and fossil fuel companies, a coordinated push from investors for derisked portfolios, is setting the stage for a very different 2018 and beyond.