Climate Change

Review: Pathways to Deep Decarbonisation in 2050 By Felicity Wade

World events are making it increasingly clear that leadership on climate action is a mission Labor must embrace. It is easy however to get lost in the labyrinth of climate policy. Read More

20 Nov 2014 in Climate Change

Remember, remember, the 2nd of December By Michael Cooney

Today, the second of December, has often been an amazing day in Australian politics. This was the day in 2003 that Mark Latham “shook up the world” and seized the Labor Read More

02 Dec 2014 in Climate Change

Fighting climate change will take courage and commitment By Mark Butler

Just five months ago Australia was a country admired not just for its natural beauty, but for its pride in, and protection of, that natural beauty. And yet, all it Read More

06 Mar 2014 in Climate Change

Open for business! Unless you’re in clean energy By Phil Ireland

For all the rhetoric about encouraging private investment, this Government seems to be doing everything in its power to wind back Australia’s clean energy boom. Tony Abbott and the Coalition Read More

14 Jan 2014 in Climate Change

Why a Clean Energy Future is Worth Fighting For By Greg Combet

Two years ago Labor announced its plan to deal with one of the most important environmental, economic and moral challenges of our time – climate change. Our Clean Energy Future Read More

06 Jun 2013 in Climate Change

A Story For A Nation: Capturing Climate Change For Social Democrats By Chifley Research Centre

In the first think-piece for 2012, Christian Downie has written about the opportunities that arise for social democrats when tackling the seemingly vexed issue of climate change. One of the arts Read More

09 Mar 2012 in Climate Change

Reclaiming The Environment For The Labour Movement By Chifley Research Centre

This is the first in our Young Progressive Leaders series, we will be posting blog entries from those who participated in the inaugural Young Progressive Leaders Program. Anyone who's been following Read More

20 Sep 2011 in Climate Change
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