A clean break for Australia's future

Armstrong, Fiona; Eadie, Laura
July 2011
Chain Reaction;Jul2011, Issue 112, p32
The article considers the renewable energy in Australia under the Gillard government. It argues the need for policies to encourage low emissions technology, to fund innovation projects in clean energy and to develop alternative base-load renewable technologies. It explores the abundance of resources for renewable energy which could give comparative advantages to Australia in the green economy.


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