China’s ‘new infrastructure’ stimulus spending

How green is China’s post-COVID-19 ‘new infrastructure’ stimulus spending?

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Long-term emissions strategies

Under the Paris Agreement on climate change, national governments are invited by the 2020 COP climate conference to submit a long-term strategy for reducing their greenhouse gas emissions.

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CCEP flight emissions offsets

Flights for the Centre's activities are offset via UN Carbon Offsets Platform

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The Centre for Climate and Energy 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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Frank Jotzo writes “The curious case of Taylor’s technology road map”, Australian Financial Review. (Plain text version)

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Frank Jotzo and Mousami Prasad write ‘Yes, carbon emissions fell during COVID-19. But it’s the shift away from coal that really matters’, The Conversation, 15 May 2020.

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