A big step, but the journey is long

China starts national emissions trading.

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Melbourne-ANU to lead energy transition hub

Crawford's Frank Jotzo to lead new collaboration.

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Electricity market reform mini-symposium in Adelaide

The Australia-Germany Energy Transition Hub convened a mini-symposium

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Phasing out emissions intensive power stations

A market mechanism for early closure of high emitting power stations

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The Centre for Climate Economics and Policy (CCEP) is a network of researchers and experts working on climate change economics and policy and analysis of related topics. CCEP is an organised research unit at Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University.

We share an active interest in informing policy and public debate. Our remit includes the analysis of cutting greenhouse gas emissions, as well as adaptation to climate change impacts. The focus is on Australia and the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.


John Quiggin:  ’Australia’s failed energy policy needs more than just a Band-Aid’, The Guardian, 13 July 2018.


Frank Jotzo, Salim Mazouz, Dylan McConnell and Hugh Saddler: ‘We must fix the foundation of our energy policy to get out of the current mess’](https://theconversation.com/marrakech-climate-talks-produced-defiance-to...), The Guardian, 11 April 2018.


Evan Franklin and Frank Jotzo write, ‘Virtual power plants are in vogue, but they can be like taking a sledgehammer to a nut’, The Conversation, 7 March 2018.


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