ECI in the media

20 May 2019
Despite the Coalition’s electoral victory, strong international pressures mean climate policy will not be stuck where it is. It’s going to be hard for those who...
16 May 2019
The political parties are setting targets for renewable energy in Australia, but experts think we may get to 100 percent renewables for electricity much faster than most of us...
11 May 2019
The Greens would support a future Labor government to use regulation to enforce climate policy in the event of a hostile Senate, Greens leader Richard Di Natale says...
9 May 2019
Associate Professor Paul Burke is the guest speaker on ABC RN The Economists program. Paul explains why Australia needs a price on carbon. He then goes on to discuss...
6 May 2019
The national debate about climate policy is off the rails again. We should be talking about positioning Australia economically for the low-carbon future, making use of our huge...
24 April 2019
Written by Professor Warwick McKibbin AO, Director of the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis in the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.  Australia’s...
18 April 2019
There is an enduring and increasingly nasty debate in Australian politics concerning coal mining and coal-fired power. The spectrum of views ranges from those who believe that we...
9 April 2019
Has the shine worn off the promise of vast amounts of cheap, reliable base load power from giant solar thermal power plants? It is a question stemming from the scrapping...
8 April 2019
In March, the Queensland University of Technology made history when it achieved the first export of a small quantity of clean, green hydrogen produced in Australia from...
31 March 2019
Australia needs a debate on the economics of climate policy where policies are subject to a wide range of economic modelling and the assumptions and sensitivities in each model...
29 March 2019
Paul Burke, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University; Frank Jotzo, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, and Rohan Best,...
14 March 2019
Andrew Blakers, Australian National University With time running out for us to make deep reductions in greenhouse emissions, you may well be wondering what you personally can...
2 March 2019
Last Friday, tens of thousands of school students went on “strike”, imploring politicians to finally Get Serious about climate change policies, and urging a switch to...
19 February 2019
Authorities say two coal-fired power stations' worth of renewable energy won't be able to reach the grid without major upgrades to networks in Victoria's west....
11 February 2019
Politicians are unfairly blaming solar and wind power for electricity blackouts, according to the latest research from the Grattan Institute. In a report out today, the...
30 January 2019
Abandoned energy policies litter the Australian landscape. The Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme, Emissions Trading Scheme, National Energy Guarantee: none have survived, nor have...
19 January 2019
How can Canberrans keep cutting their greenhouse-gas emissions as their city grows quickly and spreads out? And how will the ACT benefit from going low-carbon? Having adopted...
8 January 2019
This article was written by Dr Elizabeth Buchanan and originally appeared in The Australian. By 2020, Australia is set to be the world’s largest LNG net exporter. But...
11 December 2018
The New South Wales government plans 24 new pumped hydro projects that would provide about half of the state's demand for electricity on the hottest days and three times the...
6 December 2018
Carbon emissions from fossil fuel combustion have accelerated, driven higher by a resumption of growth in China and the US, dimming the prospects that climate goals agreed in...

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