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The aims of this project are to analyse and benchmark Australia’s climate change strategy and positioning in terms of its readiness to take advantage of a clean technology revolution, and to analyse what the revolution might look like and how it will evolve. Scientific evidence points to the increasingly urgent need for action on climate change and investment in cleaner technologies on a large scale. This need for action coincides with emerging policy and technological developments that are already taking place. The project aims to provide new decision-making frameworks for the timing and extent of investments in new technologies. Analysing Australia's positioning and the coming clean technology revolution would benefit policy-makers, corporations and investors.

Funding: $493,000

Project members

Researchers

Professor Tom Smith (UQ Business School)

Dr Martina Linnenluecke (UQ Business School)

Professor Robert Whaley