Category Archives: Tasmanian Climate Action Council

Tasmania stakes a claim to leadership

The new Tasmanian climate change strategy is a huge advance on the 2011 version. Does it give us bragging rights? [3 December 2013 | Peter Boyer] What does it mean to be a Tasmanian? What is our place in the … Continue reading

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Where’s the action in this “action plan”?

Tasmania’s new climate-energy plan lacks the spark that could get us going. We can do better. [2 August 2011 | Peter Boyer] Tasmania is well placed to act decisively on climate change and lead the world in embracing a low-carbon … Continue reading

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