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Australia

Party to the Convention: Yes
Party to the Protocol: Yes
UNFCCC Status: Annex I
2020 Reduction Target: 5%-25% (2000)
2050 Reduction Target: 60% (2000)
Fast-Start Pledge: $589M ($599M AUD)
National Communication: Fifth National Communication

COP18 kicks off in Qatar
This week, the 2012 UN Climate Change Conference kicks off in Doha, Qatar. The conference takes placeĀ from November 26th through December 7th and includes the 18th session of the Conference of the Pa... Read more
Evidence Suggests Keystone XL Pipeline Likely to be Approved
No one knows how the Keystone XL pipeline extension controversy will play out during the current U.S. presidential election campaign, and whether it will lead to, or what role it might play in, a ... Read more
Two steps forward, one step back...
As the Australian Federal government approaches the launch date for its carbon price, conservative state governments in Australia are rolling back their climate change mitigation programs. While p... Read more
Can auctioning rescue the EU ETS market?
Compared to earlier trading periods, Phase III of the EU ETS will see a marked reduction in the free allocation of emissions allowances to industrial installations, with a corresponding increase i... Read more
Australia and international offsets
Australia's transition from a fixed-price carbon scheme to a full emissions trading scheme in 2015 will also mark the introduction of international carbon permits into the Australian market. This ... Read more

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