Tag Archives: Will Hodgman

A government at a crossroads

It’s time Tasmanian leaders accepted responsibility for mitigating climate change. Will Hodgman’s government is nothing if not busy when it comes to getting the message out. In the past month it has put out 126 media releases – over four … Continue reading

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A plea to politicians: find the common ground on climate

Australia won’t achieve its emissions goals without cross-party effort Last Friday’s entry into force of the 2016 Paris Agreement raises the pressure on all Australian governments to put in place long-term plans to cut carbon emissions. That comes on top … Continue reading

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Australia’s climate effort falling behind in ‘critical decade’

While progress has been made internationally, Australia’s domestic climate effort is mired in ignorance and suspicion Warning five years ago that decarbonising the economy had to start immediately, the Australian Climate Commission designated 2010-20 as “the critical decade.” Here’s a … Continue reading

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