TAG: carbon price
A Brave New Green World: does a price on carbon help protect Australia’s biodiversity?
As Australia shifts to cut greenhouse gas emissions is it also possible to enhance our biodiversity? A new peer-reviewed paper by Environment Institute members Corey Bradshaw and Barry Brook (with others) directly addresses this question, showing “biodiversity-related enhancement schemes (including environmental plantings and invasive species reduction) can be compatible with carbon-sequestration initiatives”. The authors find […]
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Economic Society of Australia carbon pricing survey
The Economic Society of Australia recently released the results of a carbon pricing survey sent to over 1,800 economists, mostly members of the Economic Society of Australia. The Environment Institute invited Jonathan Pincus, Visiting Professor of Economics at the University of Adelaide, and a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia to discuss […]
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