Why do we need a National Energy Guarantee (NEG)?

With the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) legislation to be introduced to Federal Parliament in coming weeks, AGL Chief Economist, Associate Professor Tim Nelson discusses why the NEG will be important to avoid a ‘disorderly transition’ to a new energy supply mix in the future.  Read more…

15/08/2018 | Associate Professor Tim Nelson | 0 Comments

Australia and India: Navigating from potential to delivery

Following the launch of An India Economic Strategy to 2035: Navigating from potential to delivery on the CEDA stage, the report's author, University of Queensland Chancellor Peter Varghese AO, outlines the ambitious plan to unlock economic opportunities for Australia from India’s growth.  Read more…

09/08/2018 | Peter N Varghese AO | 0 Comments

Time to flip transport infrastructure planning on its head

As Australia's population ticks over 25 million people, Dr Flavio Romano takes a timely look the stress population growth is placing on transport infrastructure in our major cities. He advocates a forward-looking approach which identifies land use, economic and social outcomes for the designated areas before transport infrastructure planning occurs. 
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09/08/2018 | Flavio Romano | 0 Comments

New infrastructure needed to halt temperature rises

HSBC Centre of Sustainable Finance Managing Director Zoë Knight argues that new infrastructure is urgently required to keep global temperatures from rising more than anticipated and highlights the areas that require most attention.
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01/08/2018 | Zoe Knight | 0 Comments

Six lessons from Mayo

Dr Rob Manwaring examines the curious contest of Mayo and what it might tell us about how the next federal election could play out.   Read more…

01/08/2018 | Dr Rob Manwaring | 0 Comments