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CCEP Newsletter

Centre for Climate & Energy Policy
Crawford School of Public Policy
March 2021
CCEP update: Long-term emissions strategies, report and webinar

The Paris Agreement calls on countries to prepare and submit long-term emissions strategies. Some countries have submitted such strategies, others – including Australia – are preparing them. They can also be useful at sub-national level. Done properly, such strategies can help underpin policy decisions and improve investment confidence. We have reviewed a number of long-term strategies and other documents that fulfil the purpose, and have identified best practice in long-term emissions strategy process, design and implementation. This can serve as inspiration or a benchmark for national or subnational strategies that are in preparation or yet to come.

In short, best practice means a transparent process that actively involves a wide range of stakeholders, an ensemble of analytical approaches that looks at technological, economic and social aspects and that explicitly takes uncertainty into account, understanding the shift towards net-zero emissions as one of transition to new systems, and viewing emissions reductions in the context of a broader set of goals.

At a webinar on 11 March, we’ll discuss our findings and hear about the recently released draft advice by New Zealand’s Climate Change Commission (He Pou a Rangi), presented by commissioner Catherine Leining.

Other recent working papers released by the Centre for Climate and Energy Policy are the effect of air pollution on land values in Japan, and Hazelwood coal power station transition policies.

Best regards

Frank Jotzo
 
Frank Jotzo
Director, CCEP
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy


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Upcoming event:

Thursday 11 March

Best practice for long-term emissions strategies, and the NZ Climate Change Commission’s advice

Register here
Working Papers: 

Jotzo, F, Anjum, Z,Gosens, J, Banerjee,S, February 2021, Long-term greenhouse gas emissions strategies: a synthesis of best practice CCEP Working Paper 2102.

Nishitateno, S, Burke, PJ, January 2021, Willingness to pay for clean air: evidence from diesel vehicle registration restrictions in Japan CCEP Working Paper 2101.
 

>>more working papers


Short articles and media:

Frank Jotzo on Biden Presidency and Australia’s climate policy in Australian Financial Review; unpaywalled.

CNN on the US election and climate change, quoting Frank Jotzo, 2 Nov 2020.

Net-zero emissions drive puts Australian industry on notice, Llewelyn Hughes in The Sydney Morning Herald, 29 Oct 2020.

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