The Garnaut Review's targets and trajectories: A critique
The Garnaut Climate Change Review was the most comprehensive government inquiry into climate change that has ever been conducted in Australia. The Final Report of the Review was published in late September 2008 and contains an extensive list of recommendations on adaptation and abatement policy options. Most controversially, the Review argues that Australia's climate response should be built around gaining an international consensus on stabilising the atmospheric concentration of greenhouse...[Show more]
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