Time to catch up with rest of world on vehicle standards

The introduction of best practice CO2 emission standards for light vehicles could achieve about 10 per cent of the Federal Government’s 2030 emissions reduction target, according to new analysis by ClimateWorks Australia.

Reducing Australia’s fuel security risks

Risks around reducing Australia’s demand for imported fuels were considered in a recent report, using ClimateWorks Australia’s 2050 Pathways calculator to model a range of scenarios. The report identified approaches which could offer significant contributions to Australia’s energy productivity and highlighted benefits that reduced demand could offer Australia, in terms of national fuel security and impact on our carbon reduction targets.

ClimateWorks presents its research to Mary Robinson

On March 15, ClimateWorks Australia Chair, Professor John Thwaites and CEO, Anna Skarbek attended a roundtable discussion on climate change with Mary Robinson, the former Irish president, former UN Commissioner for Human Rights and UN Secretary-General's Special Envoy on Climate Change.

Ian Potter Foundation makes multi-million dollar donation to ClimateWorks

The Ian Potter Foundation has announced a $3 million grant over four years to Monash University, to boost the capacity of ClimateWorks Australia to facilitate Australia’s transition to a zero net carbon future. The grant highlights the vital role philanthropy plays in addressing climate change, which presents both the greatest challenge and the greatest opportunity of our time.