Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network

released 15 October 2018

This Philanthropy Briefing aims to help people who want to understand the complex scientific and policy landscape around climate change. Drawing on the conclusions of the Australia State of the Environment 2016 (SoE) report, The United Nations Paris Agreement, the IPCC, and other sources, Professor John Wiseman from the University of Melbourne explains climate change impacts and the progress being made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adopt climate change mitigation measures.

Climate Council

released 8 October 2018

This Climate Council report provides a brief summary of the main findings of the Special
Report on Global Warming of 1.5°C , its implications, and how Australia is tracking when it comes to tackling climate change.
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The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

released 8 October 2018

an IPCC special report on the impacts of global warming of 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways,
in the context of strengthening the global response to the threat of climate change, sustainable development, and efforts to eradicate poverty.

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Australian Government, ABARES

released 28 September 2018

Fishery status reports 2018 provides an independent evaluation of the biological and economic status of fish stocks managed solely or jointly by the Australian Government.

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Australian Government, Department of Environment and Energy

released 28 September 2018

The Quarterly Update reports on the latest estimates of Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory. This update provides estimates of Australia’s national inventory of greenhouse gas emissions up to the March quarter of 2018, and emissions from the National Electricity Market (NEM) a up to the June quarter 2018.

The Australia Institute

released 1 October 2018

This report is the first in a series that highlights how the Murray–Darling Basin Plan has increased the flow of money and water to big agribusinesses and has increased the vulnerability of everyone else in the Basin– Aboriginal people, floodplain graziers, downstream communities and small irrigators.

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