Tuesday 09 February 2016

All posts tagged CEDA


G20 climate change pressure mounts on Abbott

The desire of the United States President Barack Obama to leave a legacy could force Australia into an embarrassing back down on its attempt to keep climate change off the G20 agenda. A report into the G20 summit, to be […]

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CEDA warns unchecked climate change risks Australian economy

Australia has been warned that its economy is at risk if climate change issues are not addressed. The warning comes in the latest report from the Committee for Economic


Govt: nuclear energy ‘must be on table’

The Labor government’s Energy Minister Martin Ferguson has said Australia needs to seriously consider nuclear power as an option if there is no breakthrough on base load clean


CEDA: more science needed to restore Murray-Darling

A new report has said more science is needed to understand the impact of returning water to the Murray-Darling Basin to bring it back to health. A Committee


Labor committed to free trade of energy exports

Australia’s Resources Minister Martin Ferguson has restated the minority federal Labor government's commitment to the free trade of energy resources. He said restricting exports in favour of domestic needs


Carbon tax more inflationary than first thought?

It seems that until it actually happens we are destined to have a different assessment almost every day of the possible effect of the coming carbon price with


Nuclear power is ‘most viable option for SA’

Soaring electricity prices are likely to swing the tide of public opinion towards nuclear power in South Australia, according to some experts. Business South Australia chief Peter Vaughan says

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