Pages tagged by "climate change policy"

Australia can have it all – economy, and ecology

How to achieve economic growth and environmental protection.

Ambitious reductions

Australia can cut emissions deeply and with low cost.

Carbon emissions trading in China: the evolution from pilots to a nationwide scheme

Putting a price on carbon is considered a crucial step for China’s endeavor of harnessing the market forces to reduce its energy consumption and carbon emissions. Indeed, aligned with China’s grand experiment with low-carbon provinces and low-carbon cities in six provinces and thirty-six cities, the Chinese central government has approved the seven pilot carbon trading schemes. These seven pilot regions are deliberately selected to be at varying stages of development and are given considerable leeway to design their own schemes.

Pressure for pledges

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

US–China agreement presages a change in the air

Announcement brings world closer to meaningful post-2020 action.

Business seeks ambitious climate targets

Survey shows support for going beyond current 2020 emissions target.

Climate change, the UN and China

Crawford research contributes to a big month in climate change policy.

Australia’s low carbon prosperity

How will economies thrive in a low carbon world?

Wrong way, go back

What is the best way to tackle climate change?

Crawford academics call climate plan ‘unsuitable’

Experts urge adoption of carbon pricing in Senate testimony.

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