RESEARCH & REPORTS

Oxfam attacks Australia's "climate policy paralysis" and calls for no new coalmines

Oxfam attacks Australia's "climate policy paralysis" and calls for no new coalmines

The Australian government's support for new coalmines - such as Adani's proposed $22.7 million Carmichael coal and infrastructure project in Queensland - could drive 122 million more people into extreme poverty by 2030, according to Oxfam's latest report....

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Renewable energy sector is breaking free

Renewable energy sector is breaking free

According to EY's latest Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI), the renewable energy sector is "finally breaking free".

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Investment spree in large-scale renewables puts Australia within reach of RET

Investment spree in large-scale renewables puts Australia within reach of RET

The latest data from the Clean Energy Council (CEC) and the Clean Energy Regulator (CER) has shown that Australian investment in large-scale renewable energy has increased five times since 2015, putting the 2020 renewable energy target (RET) well within...

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CSIRO and Energy Networks outline roadmap for 100% clean energy by 2050

CSIRO and Energy Networks outline roadmap for 100% clean energy by 2050

The CSIRO and Energy Networks Australia have released the Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap, which proposes a range of different scenarios designed to facilitate the country's transition into a more cost-effective, efficient and carbon-free electricity...

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Climate change a key financial risk for investors

Climate change a key financial risk for investors

New research from the Asset Owners Disclosure Project (AODP) has found Australian asset owners are second only to Europe when it comes to climate change risk.

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Gas will do nothing to tackle climate change: Climate Council

Gas will do nothing to tackle climate change: Climate Council

The Climate Council has released a new report that shows investing in more gas will only lock in high electricity prices and pollution for decades to come.

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Record new renewable power capacity added at lower cost

Record new renewable power capacity added at lower cost

A new report has revealed that record levels of renewable energy capacity were added globally in 2016 at an investment level that was 23% lower than 2015.

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Australian businesses that don't recycle face unnecessary monetary losses

Australian businesses that don't recycle face unnecessary monetary losses

Australian businesses that don't recycle or optimise their waste management face unnecessary losses, which can directly impact their bottom line, their position in the market, as well as the morale of their staff.

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Achieving Paris climate goals could boost global economy by US$19 trillion

Achieving Paris climate goals could boost global economy by US$19 trillion

According to the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), the global economy stands to gain a US$19 trillion (AUS$25 trillion) boost if countries rise to the challenge of meeting the goals outlined in the...

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Asia Pac leading WtE market

Asia Pac leading WtE market

Asia Pacific is currently leading the regional waste to energy market, according to a recently released report by TMR Research.

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