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22.04.21

Good news in climate solutions – April

ACT government has moved public sector fleets to electric vehicles. They will be cost-neutral with their internal-combustion fleet counterparts over the course of their lease, thanks to offsetting of higher purchase prices with: lower running costs, cheaper servicing, and changing loan periods from three years to four.

22.04.21

What to watch out for at the US-led Leaders Summit on Climate this Earth Day

By Dani Robertson, International Project Manager Kicking off on Earth Day 2021, the United States is hosting a virtual summit to galvanise efforts on climate action, bringing together 40 world leaders from the largest emitting countries, including Australia, Indonesia and Vietnam.

22.04.21

Outgoing Food, Land and Oceans Lead Eli Court reflects on nearly a decade of impact

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Professor Ross Garnaut – Melbourne University

John F Kennedy once said, “By defining our goal more clearly, by making it seem more manageable and less remote, we help all people to see it, to draw hope from it, and to move irresistibly towards it.” I mention this because one of the units of the Monash Sustainable Development Institute – ClimateWorks – is doing exactly that, in an absolutely compelling way.

Jeffrey D. Sachs, Director – UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network

They actually understand commercial decision making processes and the barriers of companies and communities in this space.

Corporate manager – Alcoa Australia

ClimateWorks Australia is having real influence and impact on governments, business and the wider community. Though climate change policy has been extremely fraught and politically difficult in recent years, ClimateWorks has become a key advisor for both sides of politics.

John Thwaites, Chair, Monash Sustainability Institute and ClimateWorks Australia, former deputy Premier and Minister for the Environment.