The Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)

released 28 March 2019

Policies for a resilient net zero emissions economy sets out what institutional investors see as the key policy priorities for the Australian and New Zealand governments over the period 2019 to 2022


Foodprint Melbourne. University of Melbourne

released 27 March 2019

This report outlines a vision and roadmap for preserving Melbourne’s foodbowl for current and future generations as a fundamental building block in a healthy, resilient, sustainable and fair food system.


International Energy Agency

released 26 March 2019

The Global Energy & CO2 Status Report provides a high-level and up-to-date view of energy markets, including latest available data for oil, natural gas, coal, wind, solar, nuclear power, electricity, and energy efficiency.


World Economic Forum

released 25 March 2019

The report summarizes insights from the “Energy Transition Index”, which builds upon the previous series of “Global Energy Architecture Performance Index” by adding a forward looking element of country readiness for energy transition. 


Market Forces

released 25 March 2019

This research should inform investor approaches to aligning their own portfolios with the goal of holding global warming to 1.5°C, through a combination of investment reallocation and varying degrees of corporate engagement.


The Australia Institute

released 19 March 2019

The Australia Institute has reviewed economic modelling of climate policies released by Brian Fisher of BAEconomics. The Institute’s review shows that BAEconomics’ modelling is based on flawed assumptions and its conclusions are not valid.