22 February 2021
A pragmatic review of the status of our climate change policy debate and the challenges ahead could shed some light on possible ways forward for politicians from both sides, and for Australians in general.
8 February 2021
Ruling out a carbon price denies the Coalition the most effective way of getting the technology solution that it wants.
4 January 2021
Policymakers should take 2021 as an opportunity to reconcile political fears with economic substance and answer one of the most important policy issues of our time: how to deliver reliable, low-emissions energy at lowest cost.
16 November 2020
Over time, many households in Australia will need to find cleaner and smarter ways to cook, heat water, and warm their homes in winter.
16 November 2020
Prevarication by government and industry, or thinking we can avoid the challenges ahead, will only make things more expensive in the long run.
16 October 2020
Federal Labor has pledged to create a $20 billion corporation to upgrade Australia’s energy transmission system. So what’s all this about? Our Energy Program Director explains.
23 September 2020
At last, the Prime Minister and his Energy Minister are talking the talk on delivering lower emissions, with lower costs.
22 September 2020
Australia needs to use less gas, not more. If you plan to move to net zero emissions, a COVID-inspired gas splurge appears to be a terrible misstep.
19 September 2020
What’s missing from the Morrison Government’s many energy announcements is clear direction on economy-wide climate change policy.
9 September 2020
Forget talk of a gas-led or renewables-led recovery. Revival requires credible, stable, integrated energy and climate policy.