18 November 2019
This event podcast looks at the challenges facing the National Electricity Market as it transitions away from coal and towards renewables.
11 November 2019
In this Grattan Institute State of Affairs event, Julie Sonnemann, Graham Moloney, Isobel Dagg and Paul Kennard discussed what changes can be made to position a teaching career as an attractive option for young Australians.
23 October 2019
Right time, right place, right price: a practical plan for congestion charging in Sydney and Melbourne
Drivers should be charged $5 to enter the Sydney and Melbourne CBDs in the morning peak and another $5 to exit in the afternoon peak, as part of a package of reforms to make our biggest cities work better.
14 October 2019
Australia’s capital cities should join many of the great cities of the world by charging drivers who use the busiest roads at the busiest times.
8 October 2019
Listen to Grattan Institute’s Energy Program Director Tony Wood and Fellow Guy Dundas discuss solutions for Australia’s electricity market with Paul Austin.
23 September 2019
This is an event recording of a public forum in the Energy Future series, hosted by Melbourne Energy Institute and Grattan Institute.
9 September 2019
Australia’s commitment to the Paris Agreement means cutting carbon emissions to near zero over the next 30 years. This must be done at the lowest cost, while ensuring energy supplies remain reliable. Listen to Grattan Institute’s Energy Program Director Tony Wood and Fellow Guy Dundas tackle the future of energy in Australia with podcast host, Paul Austin.
2 September 2019
Listen to Professor Linda Kristjanson AO, Professor Peter Noonan, Frances Coppolillo, and Higher Education Program Director Andrew Norton discuss the choice between vocational and higher education in this event held in partnership with State Library Victoria.
26 August 2019
Australia’s top teachers should be able to earn $80,000 a year more, and top school-leavers should get $10,000-a-year scholarships if they take up teaching, as part of a $1.6 billion blueprint to boost teacher quality and student performance.
19 August 2019
Today’s young Australians are in danger of being the first generation in memory to have lower living standards than their parents’ generation.