ClimateWorks with the Monash Sustainability Development Institute

released 12 November 2019

The latest Net Zero Momentum Tracker report assesses the emissions-reductions commitments and activities of Australia’s 20 largest banks – based on the total value of their Australian assets and including those with the highest reported emissions.

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Climate Transparency

released 11 November 2019

The Brown to Green Report 2019 is the world’s most comprehensive review of G20 climate action. It provides concise and comparable information on G20 country mitigation action, finance and adaptation.

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The Australia Institute

released 11 November 2019

Potential drilling in the Great Australian Bight by Norwegian company Equinor would see the Norwegian Government receive profits up to 27 times greater than tax revenues to the South Australian Government, oil industry modelling has shown.

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Energy Transition Hub

released 8 November 2018

This report presents a scenario where Australia develops a steel sector equivalent in size to Japan’s today. Under this scenario Australia would generate an additional A$84 billion in export revenue by processing just 18% of current iron ore extraction into steel.

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Department of Agriculture, Australian Government

released 7 November 2019

As a consequence of climate change, drought is likely to be longer and more severe in some regions and over broader areas. It means that farmers and communities in some regions are likely to see drought more often. Those that have been managing drought for many years may now see it intensify beyond their lived experience. Ultimately, the nation could see some areas of Australia become more marginal and/or unproductive.

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The Australia Institute

released 30 October 2019

The Australian National Audit Office is investigating so-called strategic water purchases in the Murray Darling Basin. The Australia Institute has prepared this submission on the procurement of strategic water entitlements. This submission relates to four “strategic” purchases of water in the Murrumbidgee, Warrego, Condamine-Balonne and Lower Darling/Barka.

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