Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change governance, Climate change in Australia
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- DocumentThe Climate Institute, 2016Climate of the Nation is Australia’s longest running survey benchmarking community attitudes on climate change. Research shown here, and that of others, has identified mid-2012 as marking the low point in support for climate action.Document
A question of survival: why Australia and New Zealand must heed the Pacific’s calls for stronger action on climate changeOxfam, 2015International condemnation of Australia and New Zealand's contributions towards tackling global climate change has come amidst strong efforts by Pacific Island leaders and civil society to catalyse international action and cooperation. Australia and New Zealand are surrounded by some of the most vulnerable countries to climate change on earth.DocumentThe Climate Institute, 2015Since 2007, The Climate Institute has produced Climate of the Nation research capturing the nation's pulse on attitudes to climate change. This year's results show an increasing awareness and concern about the impacts of climate change and the country’s future energy mix amid the intensifying political debate.Document
Motivators and barriers to incorporating climate change-related health risks in environmental health impact assessmentMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2013This paper presents the findings of a study conducted in Queensland, Australia, which explores various stakeholders’ views on the capacity of the Environmental Health Impact Assessment (EHIA) to incorporate climate change.DocumentWorld Bank, 2012As countries develop, the demand for water increases while water supply becomes less certain. In general, pressures from both the environment and human activities can increase the likelihood of water scarcity.DocumentThe Broadband Commission, 2012Governments can accelerate transformation to a low carbon economy by promoting and integrating ICT within climate change policy. This view is presented by the Broadband Commission in this report based on interviews and supporting material from more than twenty leaders and experts in the field.