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CCEP Newsletter

Centre for Climate & Energy Policy
Crawford School of Public Policy
July 2019
News from the Centre for Climate & Energy Policy

We will hold several events over the remainder of the year that you may want to attend. Today let me highlight our forum “Coal transition: power sector, regional adjustment and policy” on 24 July at ANU. We will host presentations on power sector developments and transformation in coal regions, discussions of policy and regulatory approaches and the role of business, unions and civil society in coal transition. Join us for informed conversations about a topic that is challenging and unavoidable for our national discussion. See here for a description, draft program, and registration.

 

One program that is central to our work these days is the Energy Transition Hub, a bilateral collaboration between Australia and Germany for applied research on the long-term transition to a zero-carbon energy system, and the opportunities this brings. We’re hiring researchers for the Hub to work with us on energy economics and policy – please help us spread the word! We’re also delighted to host Prof Andreas Loeschel at ANU for some weeks. Andreas is one of our German Hub co-directors, and chair of Germany’s expert commission on the monitoring of the country’s energy transition.

 

As usual, we’ve been publishing working papers. Our website also lists selected short articles, opinion pieces and media commentary. 

 

Finally to note that we’ve changed our name, from Centre for Climate Economics and Policy to Centre for Climate and Energy Policy. This is to signify the importance of energy issues in the body of research that we collectively do. Much of our work still is, and will be, economic in nature.

 

I hope to see you at one of our events, or to hear from you by email, twitter (@anuCrawfordClim, @frankjotzo) or other means. Please feel free to forward this newsletter to anyone who may be interested. You can subscribe to (or opt out of) our mailing list here, or email ccep@crawford.anu.edu.au.

 

Best wishes

Frank Jotzo



 

Latest working papers

Upcoming event


24 July 2019

Coal transition: power sector, regional adjustment and policy
 

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Recent opinion pieces by CCEP associates


19 June 2019
Frank Jotzo and Salim Mazouz: Australia's energy exports increase global greenhouse emissions, not decrease them
The Conversation

3 June 2019

John Quiggin: Explaining Adani: why would a billionaire persist with a mine that will probably lose money
The Conversation

8 June 2019

Frank Jotzo: Coal Transition
ABC Radio National Saturday Extra

27 May 2019

John Quiggin: Australia isn’t doing its part for the global climate. Sooner or later we’ll have to pay our share
The Guardian

20 May 2019
Frank Jotzo: Don’t despair about the climate emergency. Coal is not the future
The Guardian

9 May 2019
Paul Burke: Climate policy and Australia’s energy future
ABC Radio National

6 May 2019
John Quiggin: How much will it cost to deal with climate change?
Inside Story

1 April 2019
Frank Jotzo: Modelling that shows Labor’s climate policy could cost billions is ridiculous
The Guardian

1 April 2019
Frank Jotzo: Climate of change
ABC Four Corners

1 April 2019
Frank Jotzo quoted in: Will we make it? Are Australia’s efforts to curb global warming enough to meet our Paris target?
ABC News

29 March 2019
Paul Burke, Frank Jotzo and Rohan Best: Bad news. Closing coal-fired power stations costs jobs. We need to prepare.
The Conversation

5 March 2019
Frank Jotzo: Canberra’s future commute
The Canberra Times

5 March 2019
Steve Hatfield-Dodds: Droughts, extreme weather and empowered consumers mean tough choices for farmers
The Conversation

22 February 2019
Frank Jotzo and Andreas Löschel: The coal, hard facts: Australia could follow Germany’s phase-out model
The Sydney Morning Herald

8 February 2019
Frank Jotzo: Australia is not on track to meet Paris emissions target – not without policy support
Renew Economy

29 January 2019

David Victor: A message from the left: States that voted for Trump to be hardest hit by climate change
The Brookings Institution

22 January 2019

John Quiggin: The Darling River fish kill is what comes from ignoring decades of science
The Guardian

19 January 2019

Frank Jotzo co-authors: Can a growing city cut carbon emissions to zero?
Canberra Times

>> more media pieces and mentions
Best Wishes

Frank Jotzo
Director, CCEP
ANU Crawford School of Public Policy


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