Climate Works Australia

released 25 January 2018

In this report, we consider the future of private transport through the lens of greenhouse gas emissions and energy. While the major emerging trend of vehicle electrification will reduce emissions and improve energy productivity, other trends, specifically autonomous vehicles and MaaS, could have either positive or negative environmental impacts. This report is intended to help identify policy approaches to ensure that new mobility develops in a way that delivers positive environmental outcomes.

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Green Energy Markets

released 25 January 2018

To assist the Australian community in understanding the role and contribution of renewable energy to meeting our energy needs while also providing an important source of employment and reducing pollution, Green Energy Markets produces the monthly Renewable Energy Index.

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Circle Economy

released 23 January 2018

With over 90% of the raw materials used globally not cycled back into the economy, our planet is left with a massive strain on its natural resources and climate that needs to be urgently relieved , according to a ground-breaking report launched by Circle Economy at Davos. This alarming statistic is the main output of the first Circularity Gap Report, in which Circle Economy explores a metric for the circular state of the planet, which allows us to start measuring yearly progress to bridge the gap between what we use and what we cycle.

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Independent Report to the Murray-Darling Basin Ministerial Council prepared by Ernst & Young

released 19 January 2018

EY has been engaged to provide advice on designing a program to recover 450GL of water through efficiency measures by 2024 with neutral or improved socio-economic impacts.

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South Australian Government, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources

December 2017

This Status Report assesses the first five years of progress since implementing the 19 marine park management plans in 2012. The report covers the period between 2012 and 2017. The Report will also inform the ongoing adaptive management of marine parks and will contribute to the 10-year review. It includes background information on the marine parks monitoring, evaluation and reporting (MER) program, a summary of marine parks budget expenditure, a summary of program activities, and a summary of trends and early outcomes from ongoing ecological and socio-economic monitoring.

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World Economic Forum

released 17 January 2017

Each year the Global Risks Report works with experts and decision-makers across the world to identify and analyze the most pressing risks that we face. As the pace of change accelerates, and as risk interconnections deepen, this year’s report highlights the growing strain we are placing on many of the global systems we rely on.

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