Domestic Influences on the Howard Government's Climate Policy: Using the Past as a Guide to the Future
The Australian Government's climate policy during the administration of Prime Minister John Howard was based on three pillars: inaction on mitigation and adaptation, a preference for voluntary beneficiary pays programs and a desire to protect the interests of emission intensive industries. This article examines the domestic factors that shaped the Howard Government's approach in an effort to provide insights into the future direction of Australia's climate policy. The article finds that the...[Show more]
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