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27 August 2019  |  Data Methodology

Export Emissions Methodology

Sources The Australian fossil fuel export data come from the Department of Environment and Energy1 (DEE), the Office of the Chief Economist2 (OCE) and the International Energy Association3 (IEA). The DEE publishes data for each financial year on the total export of all Australian coal, gas, liquid ...

open books
27 August 2019  |  Data Methodology

Terms and Definitions

  Fossil fuel export emissions: Fossil fuel export emissions are defined as the emissions from fossil fuel exports that are fully combusted. It is assumed that all fossil fuel exported is combusted. Global carbon budget: See explainer ‘Carbon budgets and national emissions’ H...

green building
27 August 2019  |  Climate Justice Beyond the State

Taking Up the Slack

Taking up the slack: when governments don’t act on climate change Every year, governments of the world meet to progress action on climate change. And every year, each government recommits to take action to tackle the risks that climate change threatens. That governments should commit to and imple...

Resist Protest
26 August 2019  |  Do My Actions Make a Difference?

Duties to Agitate

The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC 2018) makes it clear that states are simply not doing enough to address the threat posed by . The consequences are potentially catastrophic (IPCC 2014). They also give rise to several important philosophical questions. Amongs...

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