Sources of electricity generation including solar, wind and battery power

Go for net zero: A practical plan for reliable, affordable, low-emissions electricity


by Tony Wood and James Ha

Australia can achieve a net-zero carbon emissions electricity system without threatening affordability or reliability of supply.


11 April 2021

Housing affordability is a problem, but superannuation isn’t the solution

Allowing Australians to use their super to buy homes would most benefit those with the most super and the most homes. They're the least in need.


16 April 2021

How to entice young high achievers into teaching

The keys are better career paths and higher pay. Here’s our three-point plan to double over the next 10 years the proportion of high achievers who choose teaching as their career.


07 April 2021

The vaccine rollout: going well according to which plan?

It's time for the Government to level with Australians, so we can better understand what the plan is and whether everything really is going to plan.


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