Opening Remarks: Climate Integrity Summit | Richard Denniss
There’s probably no greater test of our integrity as individuals, or as communities, than climate action.
What does climate integrity look like in practice? | Prof Allan Fels AO
“Greenwashing claims abound these days,” says Allan Fels. But who is responsible for checking them for integrity?
Rinsing the Greenwash out of Australian Politics | Senator Sarah Hanson-Young
When Australians cast their votes, they put their trust in politics. They want to believe that the parliament they elected will act on the issues they care about.
Australia Must Lead the World on Climate Integrity | Senator David Pocock
“The climate wars have left us with policies underpinned by interconnected markets and complicated mechanisms,” explains David Pocock.
The Dangers of Overreliance on Carbon Offsets | Dr Bill Hare
The timing of this climate integrity summit could not be better.
What is Climate Integrity? | Polly Hemming
To understand and define what climate integrity is, it is important to have a common understanding of what climate integrity isn’t.
Australia’s perceptions of strategic risks and policy responses
This presentation to the Asia-Pacific Leadership Network’s European Leadership Network explores Australian perceptions of strategic risk, the country’s heightened sense of threat and the differences between the two. In short, threats come and go, while risk is a constant in a world that is inherently chaotic. Long-term strategic policy needs to be based on analysis of risk and its mitigation, not on perceived threats.
Malcolm Turnbull Press Conference Transcript – Climate of the Nation Report Launch
E&OE TRANSCRIPT — PRESS CONFERENCE
10:30am Thursday, 3 November 2022
AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM, Sydney
Restoring Integrity in the Carbon Market
Speech delivered by Ben Oquist, executive director of the Australia Institute, to the Smart Energy Conference 2022, 5 May 2022 E&OE transcript I would like to acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, on whose stolen land we meet, and pay my respects to elders past and present. And I extend this respect to all Aboriginal
COP26 Media Briefing – GSCC
GSCC Media Briefing – 10.30am GMT / 9.30pm AEDT 11 November 2021 E&OE Transcript, check against delivery Remarks by Richie Merzian, climate & energy program director at the Australia Institute, to Global Strategic Communications Council Media Briefing | Note: remarks by Dorka Bauer and Bernice Lee have not been included in the transcript below Richie
Transcript: Former Judges, Opposition, Crossbench, Federal Police, Academics, Civil Society, Majority of Australians: Establish a Federal Integrity Commission with Teeth
E&OE TRANSCRIPT — PRESS CONFERENCE 12noon Tuesday, 1 December 2020 MURAL HALL, PARLIAMENT HOUSE Attendees: The Hon Anthony Whealy QC – former Judge of the NSW Supreme Court of Appeal The Hon Stephen Charles AO QC – former Judge of the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal The Hon Mary Gaudron QC – former Judge of
Transcript – Response to Second Stimulus Package
E&OE TRANSCRIPT — PRESS CONFERENCE 1.45pm SUNDAY, 22 MARCH 2020 MURAL HALL, PARLIAMENT HOUSE Response to Second Stimulus Package Dr Richard Denniss, Chief Economist, The Australia Institute Matt Grudnoff, Senior Economist, The Australia Institute Dr Richard Denniss: The Australia Institute welcomes the announcement by the prime minister and treasurer today of the second round of
Press Conference Transcript: Hands off NSW Climate Laws
E&OE Transcript BEN OQUIST: My name is Ben Oquist, I’m the Executive Director at the Australia Institute and I’m delighted to be with such an eminent group of people. David Morris, CEO of EDO NSW, Janet Reynolds, bushfire survivor from the 2015 Tathra fires, Ken Thompson, former deputy commissioner of NSW Fire and Emergency Services
Transcript: Response to SA Murray Darling Royal Commission
E&OE TRANSCRIPT – PRESS CONFERENCE 31 January 2019, Parliament House, 2.30PM Rod Campbell, Research Director, The Australia Institute Maryanne Slattery, Senior Water Researcher, The Australia Institute Rod Campbell: Three things are clear from the Royal Commission’s report today. The first is that we need more water in the Murray-Darling Basin. Our rivers need more water.
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