Climate Change Authority
The Authority provides independent advice on Australia’s emissions reduction targets, and other Australian Government climate change initiatives. The Authority is established under the Climate Change Authority Act 2011.
The Climate Change Authority released the final report of its Targets and Progress Review on 27 February 2014. The Review addresses Australia's greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals and its progress towards meeting them.
The press conference on the release of the final report can be viewed on this website staging connections.
A webinar presenting key findings of the final report will be held on Wednesday 5 March at 1pm.
The Chair of the Climate Change Authority, Mr Bernie Fraser, will address the National Press Club on 13 March 2014.
Mr Fraser will discuss the final report of the Authority’s Targets and Progress Review.
The Climate Change Authority has a statutory obligation to conduct a review of the Carbon Farming Initiative by the end of 2014. As a first step, the Authority is conducting a study of the Carbon Farming Initiative.