The Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)

released 12 October 2020

The economic modelling compared an ‘orderly transition’ scenario, in which Australia adopts a stronger 2030 emissions reduction target and a 2050 net zero goal, with a ‘hothouse’ scenario marked by current emissions trajectories and policy approaches.

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Climate Council

released October 2020

This report shows that Queensland can build a resilient, thriving economy by using renewable energy for job creation. Thousands of Queenslanders could work in clean industries including manufacturing, mining, minerals processing, and renewable hydrogen. By embracing its renewable energy potential, Queensland could be a clean industry superpower for generations to come.

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Places You Love Alliance & The Environmental Defenders Office

released 4 October 2020

This audit of core standards in state and territory legislation (Part 1), combined with the case studies (Part 2), highlight the need for comprehensive legislative and governance reform at all levels, and the importance of the Commonwealth in taking a long-term leadership role to
protect and enhance our unique environment for future generations.

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The Australia Institute

released 1 October 2020

This report seeks to stimulate discussion about how we manage our nearshore marine environment, including safeguarding ecosystem wellbeing. It provides a non-technical entrée to current discussion points among marine and social researchers and reminds us of previous
commitments to integrate resource management.

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Energy Networks Australia & Australian Pipelines and Gas Association

released 1 October 2020

Since Energy Networks Australia and our industry partners launched Gas Vision 2050 two years ago, the industry has invested in research and development, policy analysis and pilot projects to demonstrate these new technologies, with a focus on the role of hydrogen.

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Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)

released 2 October 2020

The IGCC 2020 Net Zero Investment Survey canvasses the views of 38 participants from superannuation funds, asset managers and sovereign wealth funds representing $1.5 trillion in assets under management about their current and future appetite for climate change-aligned investments.

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