Right now, Australia has an opportunity. We can do our fair share, helping to keep global warming below two degrees, while creating a cleaner, modern, and more sustainable future. And at the same time, we can maintain our economic prosperity. This report builds on ClimateWorks Australia and the Australian National University's 'Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in 2050' report.
Indonesia Australia Commercial Building Collaboration - Jakarta Workshop Agenda
ClimateWorks research shows that the potential exists to nearly double the energy productivity of Australia's economy in 2030 by investing in the modernisation of our energy system.
Energy, once perceived as a relatively low fixed cost, is now becoming an important variable cost that impacts on profits. This report outlines a methodology to assist companies to gain a deeper understanding of energy risks and the opportunities associated with improved energy performance. By using this information, companies will be able to undertake voluntary actions to minimise energy related risks and improve competitiveness.
What a low carbon economy could like
Improving Australia's Light Vehicle Fuel Efficiency: briefing paper
Improving Australia's Light Vehicle Efficiency: infographic
Industrial demand side response potential: technical potential and factors influencing uptake
ClimateWorks' Carbon Abatement Research Tool
Submission to the Senate Standing Committee on Environment and Communications regarding The Government's Direct Action Plan [PDF 321.32 KB]
ClimateWorks' submission to the Direct Action Plan
Tracking Progress Towards a Low Carbon Economy: technical appendices
Submission to the Senate Inquiry into the Clean Energy Legislation (Carbon Tax Repeal) Bill 2013 and related bills