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Frank Jotzo, Lambert Schneider and Maosheng Duan write ‘Double counting of emissions cuts may undermine Paris climate deal’, The Coversation, 15 October 2019.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘From pariah to green energy superpower’, The Australian Financial Review, 27 September 2019.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia to attend climate summit empty-handed despite UN pleas to ‘come with a plan’’, The Conversation, 16 September 2019.

Paul J. Burke writes ‘A chance for lift off: Indonesia’s solar sector’, Asia and the Pacific Policy Society, 16 July 2019.

Frank Jotzo and Salim Mazouz: ‘Australia’s energy exports increase global greenhouse emissions, not decrease them’, The Conversation, 19 June 2019.

Frank Jotzo interviewed on ‘Coal transition’, ABC Radio National Saturday Extra, 8 June 2019.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Don’t despair about the climate emergency. Coal is not the future’, The Guardian, 20 May 2019.

Paul Burke interviewed by Peter Martin and Gigi Foster in ‘Climate policy and Australia’s energy future’, ABC Radio National, 9 May 2019.

John Quiggin writes ‘How much will it cost to deal with climate change?’’, Inside Story, 6 May 2019.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Modelling that shows Labor’s climate policy could cost billions is ridiculous’, The Guardian, 6 May 2019

Frank Jotzo interviewed in ‘Climate of change’, ABC Four Corners, 1 April 2019.

Paul Burke, Frank Jotzo and Rohan Best write ‘Bad news. Closing coal-fired power stations costs jobs. We need to prepare.’, The Conversation, 29 March 2019.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Canberra’s future commute’, The Canberra Times, 5 March 2019.
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David Victor quoted by Ethan Howland in ‘Google, affiliate project applies machine learning to wind farms’, American Public Power Association, 5 March 2019.

Stephen Howes quoted by Nicole Hasham in ‘Foreign energy giant wants Australia to foot bill for fossil fuel projects’, The Age, 5 March 2019.

Steve Hatfield-Dodds quoted by Matt Coughlan and Marnie Banger in ‘Tough road to $100b Aussie farm production’, The Avon Valley and Wheatbelt Advocate, 5 March 2019.

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Leo Dobes writes ‘Without analysis, waste paper risks becoming throwaway policy’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 27 December 2018.

Hugh Saddler quoted by Sushi Das and Ellen McCutchan in ‘Are carbon emissions coming down in Australia?’, ABC Fact Check, 21 December 2018.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Megan Gorrey in ‘‘Missed opportunity’: Australia’s ‘difficult’ position in UN climate change talks’, Brisbane Times, 16 December 2018.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Ben Deacon in ‘COP24 sees Australia walk climate tightrope amid ‘Paris Rulebook’ deadlock’, ABC News, 15 December 2018.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Angela Lavoipierre in ‘Are Australia’s Paris 2030 emissions reductions on track thanks to ‘loophole’?’, ABC News, 12 December 2018.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Roger Harrabin in ‘Climate change: Protecting the poor from green taxes’, BBC News, 11 December 2018.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Peter Hannam in ‘‘Disappointing’: Global carbon emissions growth quickens on China leap’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 December 2018.

Christian Downie writes ’What makes the G20 a force for global good – when its members agree they want it to be’, The Conversation, 30 November 2018.

Hugh Saddler quoted by Sophie Vorrath in ‘Renewables hit new record, but overall emissions canter in wrong direction’, Renew Economy, 30 November 2018.

Jonathan Pickering, with co-author Pierrick Chalaye writes ‘To preserve our planet, we need a global framework for conservation’, Asian Correspondant, 30 November 2018.

Budy Resosudarmo quoted by Andre Notohamijoyo in ‘Great momentum for ASEAN tuna ecolabelling’, Jakarta Post, 1 November 2018.

Christian Downie writes ‘Australian energy diplomacy’, The Interpreter, Lowy Institute, 25 October 2018.

John Quiggin writes ’The national energy market is an abject failure - it’s time for a publicly owned grid’, The Guardian, 10 October 2018.

Hugh Saddler quoted by Peter Hannam in ‘‘Tsunami’ of new wind and solar projects drives renewables output to a record’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 September 2018.

Christian Downie writes ’Lack of climate policy threatens to trip up Australian diplomacy this summit season’, The Conversation, 10 September 2018.

Frank Jotzo and Salim Mazouz write ’Coal does not have an economic future in Australia’, The Conversation, 6 September 2018.

Salim Mazouz, Frank Jotzo, Hugh Saddler write ‘Could the NEG bring down power prices? It’s hard to be confident that it will’, The Conversation, 4 August 2018.

Frank Jotzo writes ’The energy guarantee ruckus shows why we need independent policy analysis’, The Guardian, 2 August 2018.

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Hugh Saddler writes ‘Busting more myths about South Australia’s wind and solar’, Renew Economy, 29 November 2017

Frank Jotzo comments on, ‘Global emissions hit record high after three-year pause’, Positive Feedback Podcast, 14 November 2017.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Charis Chang in ‘The tough choice Australia has to make about coal’, News.com, 2 November 2017.

Frank Jotzo and Salim Mazouz write ‘Will the National Energy Guarantee hit pause on renewables?’, The Conversation, 20 October 2017.

John Quiggin writes ‘The government’s energy policy hinges on some tricky wordplay about coal’s role’, The Conversation, 18 October 2017.

John Quiggin writes ‘Jobs bonanza? The Adani project is more like a railway to nowhere’, The Guardian, 18 October 2017.

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Electricity emissions continue fall after Hazelwood closure’, Renew Economy, 25 September 2017.

Frank Jotzo, with co-author Zeba Anjum write ‘The true cost of keeping the Liddell power plant open’, The Conversation, 8 September 2017.
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Frank Jotzo writes ‘Reviewing the Finkel Review and the political response’, Committee for Economic Development of Australia, 23 June 2017.

Frank Jotzo quoted by Michael Slezak in ‘How Australia’s climate policies came to be poisoned by pragmatism’, The Guardian, 17 June 2017.

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Energy solutions but weak on climate – experts react to the Finkel Review’, The Conversation, 9 June 2017.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Explainer: what is a ‘low emissions target’ and how would it work?’, The Conversation, 8 June 2017.

Frank Jotzo, with co-authors Brian Schmidt and Ken Baldwin writes ‘Australia needs a properly functioning National Energy Market’, Financial Review, 6 June 2017.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘America sidelined, the climate caravan moves on’, The Interpreter, 4 June 2017.

Christian Downie writes ‘Time for China and Europe to lead, as Trump dumps the Paris climate deal’, The Conversation, 2 June 2017.

Jonathan Pickering writes ‘The US quitting the Paris climate agreement will only make things worse’, The Conversation, 31 May 2017, The Conversation, 31 May 2017.

Luke Kemp writes ‘The world would be better off if Trump withdraws from the Paris climate deal’, The Conversation, 23 May 2017.

John Quiggin writes ‘There are better things to spend $1 billion on than the Adani coal mine’, Brisbane Times, 19 May 2017.

Paul Burke writes ‘Three charts on: the incredible shrinking renewable energy job market’, The Conversation, 3 April 2017.

Hugh Saddler writes ‘South Australia makes a fresh power play in its bid to end the blackouts’, The Conversation, 15 March 2017.

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John Quiggin writes ‘Fuel efficiency standards could help curb Australia’s persistently growing emissions’, The Conversation, 23 Dec 2016.

ZhongXiang Zhang writes ‘Trump casts a cloud over climate deal’, ChinaDaily, 25 Nov 2016

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Records fall as wind, hydro match brown coal generation in October’, Reneweconomy, 14 Nov 2016

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Coal generation up, emissions up 4.8% since carbon price scrapped’, Reneweconomy, 07 Oct 2016

Kurnya Roesad and Frank Jotzo write ‘Indonesia’s coal-fired power strategy at odds with developed economies’, Australian Financial Review, 25 Sep 2016

Frank Jotzo writes ‘The Climate Change Authority’s gamble on political pragmatism’, The Conversation, 02 Sep 2016

John Quiggin writes ‘Adani should bow out gracefully from its Carmichael coal mine’, The Conversation, 31 Aug 2016

Hugh Saddler writes ‘South Australia’s electricity price woes are more due to gas than wind’, The Conversation, 25 July 2016

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Can Malcolm Turnbull do climate and energy policy now?’, The Conversation, 13 July 2016

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Demand growth softens, small drop in emissions as renewables rise’, Reneweconomy, 12 July 2016

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Hugh Saddler writes ‘Grid emission decline slows, but petrol tapers’, Climate Spectator, 4 December 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Black coal generators suffer as consumers get smart (and efficient)’, REnew Economy, 3 December 2013

Jack Pezzey writes ‘To cut more emissions, a carbon tax needs to raise less revenue’, The Conversation, 27 November 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Dinosaurs block climate action in land of coal’, The Age, 22 November 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Prices and PV kick-in amid falling demand, emissions’, Climate Spectator, 6 November 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Climate change action is essential risk management’, ABC The Drum, 21 October 2013

Frank Jotzo co-writes ‘China to price carbon before US’, China Daily, 17 October 2013

Frank Jotzo co-writes ‘China’s short march to carbon pricing’, Climate Spectator, 16 October 2013

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘China to have carbon tax and ETS by 2020’, Canberra Times, 11 October 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Demand down 7% from peak, emissions down 16%’, Climate Spectator, 4 October 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Reducing emissions: Keep Australia’s carbon pricing’, Nature, 3 October 2013

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Overhauls set scientists on edge’, Nature Climate Change, 1 October 2013

Erik Olbrei writes ‘Indonesia sets a carbon time-bomb’, The Conversation, 25 September 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia needs climate institutions, whoever is in power’, The Conversation, 20 September 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia’s rejection of carbon pricing would be a blow for EU efforts to link Europe’s emissions trading scheme with other parts of the world’, EUROPP, 14 September 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘What next for Australia’s climate policy?’, The Conversation, 10 September 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘A 14th month of falling emissions’, Climate Spectator, 5 September 2013

Andrew Macintosh writes ‘Australian emission cuts: fair or unfair?’, Climate Spectator, 9 August 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Electricity demand’s in free-fall, but what happened to the peak?’, Climate Spectator, 8 August 2013

Cameron Hepburn co-writes ‘Permits to pollute can be bought too cheaply’, The Conversation, 1 August 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Why Europe’s carbon price is wrong for us’, The Age, 19 July 2013

CCEP leads new research collaboration with China on market mechanisms for climate policy, The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 July 2013

see also: ANU announcement and Minister [Marle’s speech [PDF, 113kb]] https://crawford.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/news/files/2013-07/13071...) at ANU China Update Andrew Macintosh writes ‘Profits from forests? Leave the trees standing’, The Conversation, 9 July 2013

Hugh Saddler writes ‘The power demand slump continues’, Climate Spectator, 9 July 2013

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘No sign of end to falling electricity demand’, Climate Spectator, 5 June 2013

Cameron Hepburn writes ‘Is this the end of carbon trading, or just a hiccup?’, The Conversation, 16 May 2013

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Power demand drop: coal out, renewables in’, Climate Spectator, 5 May 2013

Warwick McKibbin writes ‘Climate policy should not be based on luck and hope (PDF,67kb)’, Australian Financial Review, 24 April 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘A watershed moment for Europe’s ETS’, The Conversation, 9 April 2013

Frank Jotzo writes ‘China can learn from Australia when it puts a price on carbon’, Business Spectator, 12 April 2013

ZhongXiang Zhang writes ‘For some carbon footprints, the shoe doesn’t always fit’, China Daily, 5 April 2013

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Keeping electricity demand in check’, Climate Spectator, 5 April 2013

Andrew Macintosh co-writes ‘Abbott’s direct action lesson’, Business Spectator, 28 March 2013

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Summer can’t stop the electricity demand dive’, Climate Spectator, 11 March 2013

Frank Jotzo and Yongsheng Zhang write&nbsp_place_holder;’China’s climate change policy: greener growth?’, East Asia Forum, 4 March 2013.

Paul Burke interviewed in ‘Petrol tax linked to inflation could fund Gonski, economist says’, Radio National, 27 February 2013

Paul Burke quoted in ‘Low petrol taxes hampering fuel efficiency: economist’, ABC News, 27 February 2013

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Carbon emissions close to GFC lows’, Climate Spectator, 17 February 2013

Nick Rowley writes ‘Inauguration speech a real source of climate change hope’, The Conversation, 23 January 2013

Andrew Macintosh co-writes ‘The CCA’s forestry fumble’, Climate Spectator, 20 December 2012

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Brown coal cops a blow’, Climate Spectator, 17 December 2012

Frank Jotzo co-writes ‘Has Doha set up a ‘$3 billion hit to taxpayers’?’, Climate Spectator, 12 December 2012

Andrew Macintosh writes ‘Clarifying Australia’s latest Kyoto commitment’, Climate Spectator, 30 November 2012

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia’s Kyoto 2 target: shaking up our thinking’, The Conversation, 29 November 2012

Nick Rowley writes ‘Doha is worthwhile, but real decisions are elsewhere’, The Conversation, 27 November 2012

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘A decade low in NEM emissions’, Climate Spectator, 16 November 2012

Frank Jotzo mentioned in ‘More carbon permits needed’ Australian Financial Review, 2 November 2012

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia’s emissions projections: bleak but too pessimistic’, The Conversation, 2 November 2012

Nick Rowley writes ‘After the deluge, what hope the politics of climate response?’, The Conversation, 1 November 2012

Warwick McKibbin writes ‘Combet’s carbon incompetence [PDF,120KB]’, The Australian Financial Review, 30 August 2012

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Revamped scheme may survive Libs [PDF,116KB]’, The Australian Financial Review, 30 August 2012

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Labor’s carbon price pragmatism’, Climate Spectator, 28 August 2012

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Demand for coal’s great decline?‘,Climate Spectator, 15 August 2012

Hugh Saddler writes ‘High time the PM talked power prices, but don’t expect change’, The Conversation, 9 August 2012.

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Electricity demand on the skids?’, Climate Spectator, 26 July 2012.

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Australiaâs fiscal reform: Tithes of discontent’, The Economist, 7 July, 2012

Frank Jotzo, Erwin Jackson, Tony Wood and Cameron Hepburn write ‘Carbon price floor crucial to its aims [PDF,119KB]’, Australian Financial Review, 5 July, 2012

Hugh Saddler writes ‘Why residential electricity demand is not growing’, Climate Spectator, 28 June 2012.

Nick Rowley writes ‘Rio+20: Small steps could get us out of the climate quicksand’, The Conversation, 21 June 2012

Nick Rowley writes ‘Rio+20: Multi-lateralism staggers; how to make it run?’, The Conversation, 20 June 2012

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Worldâs best carbon scheme in danger of going up in smoke’, ANU Media Release, 18 June 2012.

Hugh Saddler writes ‘The Draft White Paper on Energy is a blueprint for expansion of the fossil fuel and uranium industry [PDF,283KB]’, Dissent, Autumn/Winter, 2012.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Why Australia must keep the carbon price floor’, Climate Spectator, 18 May 2012.

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Budget carbon price projection totally unrealistic, economist says’, CE Daily, 10 May, 2012.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘The Asian Century and Australia’s energy future’, East Asia Forum, 16 April, 2012.

Andrew Macintosh co-writes ‘What electricity will really cost under a carbon tax’, Crikey, 12 April, 2012.

Mutsuyoshi Nishimura writes ‘We need a global ‘budget’ to achieve carbon goals’, Financial Times, 27 March, 2012.

Frank Jotzo, Andrew Macintosh, David Stern, Paul Burke and Peter Wood write ‘The emissions rebound after the GFC: why greenhouse gases went up in 2010’, The Conversation, 16 March, 2012.

Frank Jotzo and Paul Burke cited in ‘2010 emissions surge a one-off: ANU’, EcoGeneration, 16 March, 2012.

Salim Mazouz writes ‘Building carbon markets with our nearest neighbours’, The Conversation, 15 March, 2012.

Hugh Saddler co-writes ‘Tracking Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions’, Climate Spectator, 15 March, 2012.

Frank Jotzo and Paul Burke cited in ‘Global emissions surge on GFC recovery’, Climate Spectator, 13 March, 2012.

Frank Jotzo and Paul Burke cited in ‘Spike in carbon emissions a one-off: study’, Nine MSN, 13 March, 2012.

Andrew Macintosh and Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Thanks a billion! Australia’s worthless Kyoto surplus’, RenewEconomy, 13 March, 2012.

John Quiggin writes ‘Quiggin: don’t write off CSG if you’re worried about climate change’, Crikey, 20 February, 2012.

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Carbon tax to crush aluminium industry’, Australian Financial Review, 10 February, 2012.

Frank Jotzo interviewed in radio story regarding Federal Govt accused of hypocrisy over power stations, ABC Radio National PM, 10 February, 2012.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘How to nail Australia’s carbon floor price’, RenewEconomy, 9 February, 2012.

Paul Burke writes ‘UN sustainability panel says put a price on the environment’, The Conversation, 6 February, 2012.

Eric Knight cited in ‘Investors to Pursue Clean Tech Private Equity Despite Challenges, Paper Says’, aiCIO, 5 January, 2012.

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Market Watch: Duty Down Under’, Nature Climate Change, Vol. 2, January, 2012.

Stephen Howes and Frank Jotzo write ‘Success at Durban is avoiding implosion over Kyoto’, The Australian, 24 November, 2011.

John Quiggin writes ‘Crunch time for carbon sceptics’, Australian Financial Review, 10 Novermber, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Carbon price hits the mark’, Australian Financial Review, 9 November, 2011.

Paul Burke and John Quiggin cited in ‘Price on carbon as Clean Energy Bill passes Senate: expert reactions’, The Conversation, 8 November, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Meeting our climate finance commitment’ (with Jonathan Pickering), Climate Spectator, 25 October, 2011.

Frank Jotzo cited in ‘Australians assess their greenhouse plan’, New York Times Dot Earth, 17 October, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘The carbon pricing package passes - what now for business?’, The Conversation, 12 October, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Australia’s Carbon Tax: Insights Into A U.S. Policy?’, Weathervane, 9 September, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Trading emissions cuts: easy way out or sensible investment?’, The Conversation, 2 September, 2011.

Paul Burke cited in ‘BHP hits the sweet spot with another record profit, but can it learn to share?’, The Conversation, 25 August, 2011.

Paul Burke writes ‘Keep calm and carry on: global market chaos shouldn’t affect the carbon tax’, The Conversation, 15 August, 2011.

Cameron Hepburn and Frank Jotzo write ‘The Australian Government’s proposals for a carbon pricing policy’, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change, 2 August, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Reaching for the sky?’, Inside Indonesia, 25 July, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Uncertainties and opportunities’, Inside Story, 13 July, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘To market, to market’, Climate Spectator, 12 July, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Against the odds, a nation warms to a policy’, The Age, 11 July, 2011.

John Quiggin cited in ‘Ask the economists: are the levers right to reduce emissions?’, Crikey.com.au, 11 July, 2011.

David Stern and Paul Burke cited in ‘The carbon tax: the experts respond’, The Conversation, 10 July, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Popular tax cuts and a carbon price that just might deliver’, The Conversation, 10 July, 2011.

John Quiggin writes ‘Truth gets in the way’, Australian Financial Review, 7 July, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Now, to set the price’, Climate Spectator, 10 June, 2011.

Eric Knight writes ‘Lack of self-belief forces great Aussie ideas abroad’, The Age, 7 June, 2011.

Paul Burke writes ‘Why Australia needs a carbon bank’, The Conversation, 6 June, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘How low can you go? A model for setting and increasing a carbon price’, The Conversation, 3 June, 2011.

Eric Knight writes ‘The Sun King’, The Monthly, 3 June, 2011.

John Quiggin writes ‘Back of the envelope numbers on carbon tax v GST’, Crikey, 2 June, 2011.

Paul Burke writes ‘Stuck on the middle rungs’, Climate Spectator, 25 May, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘The case for a carbon price floor’, Climate Spectator, 20 May, 2011.

John Quiggin writes ‘Budget clears decks for carbon tax’, Australian Financial Review, 13 May, 2011.

Eric Knight writes ‘Carbon tax has a lot to do with the price of eggs’, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 April, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Low initial carbon price will need to rise fast [198KB PDF]’, Australian Financial Review, 20 April, 2011.

John Quiggin cited in ‘Ask the economists: how should we be compensated for a carbon tax?’, Crikey, 13 April, 2011.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Phased pricing model is our best shot at carbon consensus’, The Conversation, 12 April, 2011.

Paul Burke writes ‘Pricing carbon doesn’t mean we will pay more tax’, Canberra Times, 31 March, 2011.

Eric Knight writes ‘Is there a right time to put a price on carbon?’, The Drum, 17 March, 2011.

Ross Gittins discusses Frank Jotzo’s work on carbon pricing design, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, 12 March, 2011.

Eric Knight writes ‘Gillard’s answer on carbon is better but by no means perfect’, Sydney Morning Herald, 4 March, 2011.

Nick Rowley writes ‘The UN’s climate change meeting in Cancun will not have the profile Copenhagen did. But for all that, progress on climate change continues.’, ABC Environment, November 26, 2010.

Ross Gittins discusses Frank Jotzo’s work on emissions targets, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, 17 November, 2010.

Peter Wood and Paul Burke write ‘We’re behind the world on a carbon price’, Canberra Times and National Times, October 10, 2010.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘The real economics of an ambitious clean energy support’, Canberra Times, 16 Sep, 2010.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘A carbon price beats throwing cash at new car owners’, Crikey, 9 August, 2010.

Frank Jotzo writes ‘Climate action an issue that will not fade’, The Age, 8 July, 2010.

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