Accords and antagonisms

Making progress in the combat for climate policy

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  • Published 20210129
  • ISBN: 978-1-922212-56-6
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

Listen to Tony Wood, Grattan Institute, discuss ‘Accord and antagonisms’.

THE PHYSICAL AND scientific evidence of human-­induced climate change continues its depressing march towards greater evidential reality. Yet emissions continue to grow and policies around the world remain short of what is needed to address the problem. While some countries are taking urgent action to tackle this more existential crisis, Australia is mired in a debate between a gas-­led or a renewables-­led recovery from the Covid recession – the climate war continues.

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Tony Wood

Tony Wood AM leads the Grattan Institute’s Energy Program, and is a Fellow of the Academy of Technology, Science and Engineering. He was awarded a...

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