Ambitious reductions

Australia can cut emissions deeply and with low cost.

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Australia comes in from the cold

Lima deal leaves lots to do, writes Frank Jotzo.

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Australian Emissions Reductions Survey 2014

The Carbon Market Institute and CCEP surveyed Australian business about their views on Australia's climate change policy.

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Pressure for pledges

Historic China-US deal puts climate policy pressure on other nations.

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US–China agreement presages a change in the air

Announcement brings world closer to meaningful post-2020 action.

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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.

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2015

Luke Kemp and Frank Jotzo write ‘Wait and pay: action on climate change is cheap, delay is costly’, The Conversation, 28 May 2015

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2015

John Quiggin writes ‘The world is waking up to the $5.3 trillion cost of fossil fuels’, The Conversation, 22 May 2015

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May
2015

Robert Costanza, Frank Jotzo and Steven Cork write ‘We need real consensus, not Bjorn Lomborg’s illusion of it’, The Conversation, 21 May 2015

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