Category Archives: Federal government

A National Climate Change Act

For the past five years Climate Tasmania has been fostering the need for comprehensive new climate legislation for Tasmania, to replace the minimalist 2008 Tasmanian Act that now serves little purpose. To that end we have looked with interest at … Continue reading

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As the economy heats up again…. what then for climate?

Quite a number of government engagement processes are now under way as all three levels of government gradually shift into post-Covid recovery mode. Climate change policy once again hangs in the balance as our governments, keen to revitalize their economies, … Continue reading

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In case you missed ‘Climate Of Change’ on Four Corners

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Update on climate change policy in Australia

Please click on this link to view Phil Harrington’s presentation on climate policy – as delivered to our first public forum on March 31.
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