The Climate Institute – Sydney, Australia
Established in late 2005, The Climate Institute is a non-partisan, independent research organisation that works with community, business and government to drive innovative and effective climate change solutions. People at The Climate Institute research, educate, and communicate. Its vision is for an Australia leading the world in clean technology use and innovation, with clean and low carbon solutions a part of everyday life throughout the community, government and business. The Climate Institute aims to make a leading contribution the current climate change policy debate in Australia, through evidence-based research. It works with a range of partners, including government agencies, academic institutions, businesses, industry groups and non-government organisations. Major areas of work include: Climate change impacts in Australia and abroad; Emissions trading policy design; The economics of climate change policies; Managing the social costs of climate change policies; Energy efficiency policy design; International climate change policy.
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Current leader's (or leaders') gender: Male
Data notesRating of data accuracy (find out more): OTT reviewed
Data sources consulted: Think tank list