According to a national climate policy survey report released on Tuesday 20 November by the Carbon Market Institute, 92% of Australian business and industry respondents believe that national climate and energy policies are insufficient and won’t drive the emissions reductions needed to meet our Paris Agreement targets. The Institute’s survey findings reveal that in the… Continue reading Poll: Australia’s current climate change policies are insufficient to meet our Paris targets
Statement A national survey of 8,020 citizens reveals what mining means to Australians in 2017. The survey covers the perceived benefits and negative impacts of the industry, as well as views on fairness, confidence in governance and trust. The results aim to add a new perspective to conversations about how mining takes place in Australia.… Continue reading Poll: Australian attitudes toward mining, CSIRO, 2017
StatementA new poll released today by the Climate Council shows that three quarters of Australians (77%) recognise the importance of a Clean Energy Target (CET). To incentivise new types of energy, at lower cost, Australia’s Chief Scientist Alan Finkel recommended that the Government must implement a CET. The new poll shows that public support for… Continue reading Poll: Clean Energy Target, Climate Council, September 2017.
Statement A large national poll of 1,557 Australians, conducted by The Australia Institute, has shown strong support for an increase in Australia’s emissions reduction target to at least 45% by 2030. When asked about the proposal to increase Australia’s emission reduction target from 26-28% up to 45% by 2030: In total, more than half (56%)… Continue reading Poll: Support for stronger emission reductions targets: National Poll, Australia Institute, April 2018.