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Common Ground: A fresh look at climate change

With the Federal Government set to release their Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme White Paper in the next few weeks, the Centre for Policy Development brought leaders from minor and major party politics, business peak bodies and religious initiatives togther for a different
kind of discussion about climate change.

READ MORE about last Wednesday’s Common Ground event at Customs House, Sydney.

SEE PHOTOS of Common Ground on Flickr.

Click on the images to watch video highlights:

Bob CarrBOB CARR on ‘getting on with it’ and establising a carbon emissions trading scheme.




Pru Goward at Common GroundPRU GOWARD on democracy, consensus and decision-making on long-term, high cost issues.




Steve Hatfield-DoddsSTEVE HATFIELD-DODDS on consensus science statements and the science behind climate change.



InSight Magazine

In our latest InSight, Centre for Policy Development thinkers review Kevin Rudd’s first year in government.

Tim Woodruff, David Legge, Rod Wilson
, and Fiona Armstrong on a new model for health care. READ MORE

Stephen Leeder and Lesley Russell review the year that has passed in health. READ MORE

Jennifer Doggett on Rudd and the year’s health policy reviews. READ MORE

Eva Cox on Rudd’s performance on Indigenous issues, income support, child care and parental leave. READ MORE

James Arvanitakis looks at the First Home Owners Grant and other Rudd policies. READ MORE

Mark Connelly on Rudd and residential energy conservation. READ MORE

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