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Australian Options No.77 (Spies-Butcher & McKnight)

Australian Options | No. 77, winter 2014

Australian Options Magazine: articles exploring social and environmental ethics in contemporary politics by CPD fellows Ben Spies-Butcher: ‘Debt and discipline from cradle to grave’ It is hard (sic) to underestimate the scale of the...

The Sydney Morning Herald | 1 June 2014

‘Tony Abbott is gutting science, just when we need it most’. CPD Fellow Ian Dunlop on government climate change denial and why we need science more than ever. In an article titled ‘Burning...

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The Sydney Morning Herald | 30 September 2013

Tony Abbott’s contempt for climate science: IPCC report ‘most scrutinised document in the history of science’ The latest climate change report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has resulted in climate experts...

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PromiseWatch 2013: Climate change

3. Climate change and carbon pricing… Published in partnership with Crikey, the PromiseWatch 2013 series captures snapshots of the major parties’ platforms in major policy areas Nearly six years ago, in the heady days of August...

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Post Carbon Pathways report launch | Melbourne, 15 April

Report launch and panel discussion on climate change leadership – Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute When: 6pm – 8pm, 15 April 2013 Where: Elisabeth Murdoch Theatre (Bldg 134), Spencer Rd, to the left of Ian Potter Museum of Art on...

Ian Dunlop | Four-degree rise demands ninety-degree rethink

SMH News Review, 22 September 2012 As climate change shifts into “a new and dangerous phase,” CPD Fellow Dunlop reveals alarming new climate change projections, and marvels at continued inaction by the political, business...

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Sustainable Economy | Farming Smarter, not Harder

New CPD report – out 1 November 2012 Assessing the economic value of risks to Australia’s soil and land assets, and recommending policies to maintain our competitive advantage as a net food exporter and...

Club of Rome | Change the Course

The Club of Rome “Limits to Growth” study was launched 40 years ago in March, and the Club has launched a major social media initiative built around the analogy of the Titanic disaster of...

Alexander White | Accommodating China’s carbon emissions

Alexander White tackles two issues that seem too hard for our political system to handle: China and climate change. China’s response to climate change has shaped the course of climate negotiations. They were accused...

Coming Waves: the new environmental refugees

Simon Meyer looks at the failure of the international community to recognise the problem of climate change refugees