29 Jun 2017

This report, produced by a task force drawn from large banks, insurance companies, accounting firms and pension funds, aims to identify the information needed to appropriately assess and price climate-related risks and opportunities. It includes four widely adoptable recommendations on climate-related financial disclosures that are applicable to organizations across sectors and jurisdictions.

Research report
30 Jun 2017

Dr Andi Horvath meets Dr Seona Candy – an academic at Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne, and an expert in the importance of urban green areas. As the EcoCity World Summit comes to Melbourne, Dr Candy says our focus on building resilient, sustainable ecocities of the future must focus on its socio-, ecological, and technological systems; because a city is not just

Audio podcast
30 Nov 2016

The Renewable Energy Expert Panel sought to provide advice on credible pathways to achieving a 50% renewable energy target for Queensland by 2030, with the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and creating economic development opportunities in the state.

Policy report
02 Jun 2017

Provides the Queensland Government’s detailed response to the Renewable Energy Expert Panel’s final report recommendations on increasing renewable energy production to 50%.

Policy report
23 Jun 2017

This resource suggests that there are a wide range of financial and non-financial barriers limiting the ability of lower income households to address energy deprivation.

Fact sheet
14 Oct 2008

This submission argued that the Commonwealth should support infrastructure works and a comprehensive infrastructure assessment of infrastructure on the Swan and Canning Rivers that is vulnerable due to climate change.

Submission
12 Jul 2017

This report, by renowned energy analyst Dr Hugh Saddler, reveals a stunning correlation between domestic electricity prices and gas prices, despite gas making up only 10% of electricity generation.

Report
13 Jul 2017

This plan outlines the actions that the Victorian government is taking to encourage investment in the energy sector and to ensure Victorians continue to benefit from a renewable, affordable and reliable energy system.

Strategy
29 Jun 2017

This 2017 Electricity Forecasting Insights provides independent electricity consumption, maximum demand, and minimum demand forecasts for each National Electricity Market (NEM) region over a 20-year forecast period (2017–18 to 2036–37).

Report
28 Jun 2017

This study, commissioned by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), has found that a move towards smarter electricity network regulation would improve reliability, reduce emissions and cut power bills for energy users.

Report