There is a widely held narrative for climate policy that runs something like this. The costs of damage due to greenhouse gas emissions are not reflected in economic decisions. This needs to be corrected by imposing a price on carbon, using the power of markets to incentivise efficient emissions reduction across diverse sources. Carbon pricing needs to […]
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The Netherlands has found a way to refurbish existing buildings to net zero energy, within a week, with a 30-year builders’ guarantee and no subsidies.
Two months after Victoria axes energy efficiency target, CEFC and Commonwealth Bank target Shepparton manufacturers with $100m loan program.
It’s in Australia’s interests not to be left behind in the growth industries of the future – and those include renewable energy.
Abu Dhabi’s ventures into sustainability are built on oil riches, which the country is not prepared to give up – a hypocrisy shared by many other nations.
Building emissions cause local air quality issues, threatening public health, but are also responsible for pouring out 40% of US emissions.
The EU’s new targets for 2030 are only for emissions trading. Craig Morris argues that renewables and efficiency have to be included to see progress.