Hunt out, Frydenberg in – Where to for the Coalition’s climate policy review?
In short: Josh Frydenberg will head an expanded Energy and Environment Portfolio in place of outgoing minister Greg Hunt In our view, the change will better align climate change with […]
Going back to go forward? The road to climate bi-partisanship in the 2016-19 Parliament
The 2016-19 Federal Parliament will play a major role in defining Australia’s long-term climate policy framework, with the major parties expected to work towards policy bipartisanship, and market certainty, as […]
INSIGHTS: ACCU contracts rise to $14 at ERF III, bullish outlook for Auction IV
Modelling indicates the ‘highest clearing price’ for ACCUs grew to around $14 at the third ERF auction – a 40 per cent premium on the average price of abatement ($10.23) […]
Market Update: Australian emissions rise to 3 per cent above 2000 levels
In early May, the Department of Environment released Australia’s National Greenhouse Accounts (NGA) for 2014, containing Australia’s national greenhouse gas emissions for 1990-2014, our official submission to the United Nations […]