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Frank Jotzo

Frank Jotzo

Director, Centre for Climate Economics and Policy, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Frank Jotzo is Professor at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy, where he directs the Centre for Climate Economics and Policy. As an environmental economist, his research focuses on policy relevant aspects of climate change, energy, and broader issues of environment, development and economic reform.
Frank Jotzo is joint editor-in-chief of the journal Climate Policy and was a Lead Author of Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change 5th Assessment Report. He has been involved in a number of policy research and advisory exercises, including as senior advisor to Australia’s Garnaut Climate Change Review, advisor to Indonesia‘s Minister of Finance, and to the World Bank. He leads a collaborative research program on market mechanisms for China’s climate and energy policy, supported by the Australian government. He is a member of the Australian Capital Territory’s Climate Change Council and has formally and informally advised other State governments.

Future of Coal Series

China's demand for seaborne coal is set to drop fast and far. Australia should take note.

Apr 23, 2022 08:14 am UTC| Economy

Chinas plans to boost energy security and cut carbon emissions mean this years sudden boom for Australian coal exporters is just a blip. Our new research explores the double pressures of Chinas plans to bolster energy...

Land of opportunity: more sustainable Australian farming would protect our lucrative exports (and the planet)

Aug 23, 2021 11:59 am UTC| Economy

The European Union is pressing ahead with carbon border levies charges on carbon-intensive goods from countries such as Australia that havent taken strong action to reduce emissions. The EU will impose such measures on a...

Future of Coal Series

For hydrogen to be truly 'clean' it must be made with renewables, not coal

Dec 03, 2019 03:37 am UTC| Insights & Views

Using hydrogen as a clean fuel is an idea whose time may be coming. For Australia, producing hydrogen is alluring: it could create a lucrative new domestic industry and help the world achieve a carbon-free future. The...

Australia's energy exports increase global greenhouse emissions, not decrease them

Jun 23, 2019 14:30 pm UTC| Insights & Views Business

When unveiling government data revealing Australias rising greenhouse emissions, federal energy minister Angus Taylor sought to temper the news by pointing out that much of the increase is due to liquefied natural gas...

Bad news. Closing coal-fired power stations costs jobs. We need to prepare

Apr 01, 2019 17:15 pm UTC| Insights & Views

Australias electricity sector has begun to transition away from coal, with coals contribution to our electricity mix falling from around four-fifths 13 years ago to around three-fifths today. Twelve coal-fired power...

Labor's policy can smooth the energy transition, but much more will be needed to tackle emissions

Nov 26, 2018 15:53 pm UTC| Insights & Views Politics

The Labor partys energy policy platform, released last week, is politically clever and would likely be effective. It includes plans to underwrite renewable energy and storage, and other elements that would help the energy...

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Economy

The packaging brings to life the creative development process of the films in a behind-the-scenes exploration of the James Bond archives.

The Macallan will come up with a commemorative James Bond 60th anniversary Scotch whisky, which is bottled in six different packages, representing the six decades of 007s movies. According to Macallan, the packaging...

The new character would appear in stores, on the M&M’S website, and on some limited-edition packaging.

MMS is adding a first new character to the mix of spokecandies in 10 years, the purple peanut MM, which would not be included in regular MM bags to be sold. According to Jane Hwang, Global Vice President of MMS, Purple...

The NPS has been focusing on anthocyanins, the antioxidant-rich pigments that give blackberries and blueberries their signature shades.

The US Department of Agriculture approved the genetically modified purple tomato to extend its shelf life and boost nutritional quality almost 15 years after its development. According to biochemist Cathie Martin, she...

Sky will carry Jets programming such as ‘One Jets Drive’ and ‘Flight 2022.’

The New York Jets have agreed to a new partnership with Sky Sports to air dedicated team programming and content throughout the 2022 season. Last year, the National Football Leagues Jets were one of six franchises to...

The Bulls have 1.4 million supporters in France.

The Chicago Bulls have tapped agency giant Sportfive to work on increasing their digital and social media presence ahead of the teams trip to Paris for the NBA international series in January 2023. In France, there are...

Politics

Opposition leader Keir Starmer calls for the government to recall parliament and scrap plans for tax breaks.

The British opposition Labor Party leader Keir Starmer has called for the government to recall parliament and scrap plans to cut taxes and increase borrowing. Starmer said that the government should recall parliament...

The White House announced during its summit on hunger, nutrition, and health that the private sector has made $8 billion in pledges to combat the issue.

US President Joe Biden announced this week that the private sector had pledged $8 billion to fight hunger in the country. Hundreds of millions of dollars would be spent on ensuring meals after lawmakers failed to extend...

US-based Iranian journalist Masih Alinejad said the ongoing protests are a "result of 40 years of women fighting back."

Protests continue in Iran following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in the custody of the countrys Morality Police. A US-based Iranian journalist said Aminis death marks a tipping point for Iran. Speaking with...

The acting Afghan commerce and industry minister said Russia will supply Afghanistan with gasoline, gas, diesel, and wheat as part of its provisional deal.

Afghanistans acting Commerce and Industry Minister said the insurgent group has signed a provisional deal with Russia to supply gas, diesel, and wheat. This comes as the ministry is looking to diversify its trading...

Science

Celltrion will receive US$10 million in milestone payments after successfully passing key stages of the development and approval cycle.

South Koreas Celltrion Inc. will jointly develop and work on the market release with Abpro Corp. of the US on a breast cancer treatment candidate ABP 10 Under the deal, Celltrion will receive US$10 million in milestone...

Current Canadian and American management efforts do not go far enough to decrease entanglement hazards and encourage the recovery of the North Atlantic right whale.

The Monterey Bay Aquariums Seafood Watch program added the American red lobster, caught in both US and Canada to its red list. Other species also added to the list are the snow crab, Atlantic rock crab, and others that...

The microscope unit, which also manufactures industrial endoscopes and x-ray analyzers, will be transferred to Bain on January 4, subject to antitrust regulatory approvals in Japan and elsewhere.

Olympus had agreed to sell its microscope unit to private equity firm Bain Capital for $3.1 billion as it speeds up the overhaul of its business portfolio to focus solely on medical technology The microscope unit, which...

The research team discovered that steamed mealworms emit a strong, corn-like odor, and when grilled or fried, they gave off a shrimp and frying oil-like scent.

South Korean researchers from Wonkwang University have developed a new process that uses edible insects to create meat-flavored seasoning. The research team came up with 98 volatile compounds with varying amounts of...

The resulting thermoplastic resin could be purified through a distillation process to make food-grade potassium lactate.

Wind turbine blades could eventually be recycled into gummies according to a Michigan State University professor, This was discussed during the American Chemical Societys fall conference, which kicked off in Chicago...

Technology

Samsung could be removing the camera bump on all Galaxy S23 models

Samsung is still a few months away from launching its next lineup of flagship Galaxy phones. But it is not too early for Galaxy S23 leaks to start appearing online. A series of image renders were released recently,...

Ubisoft delays ‘Skull and Bones’ launch to March 2023

The saga of Skull and Bones getting delayed continues even though Ubisoft said its development is already completed. Instead of launching this year, the pirate game will now arrive in early 2023. Ubisoft ended the Skull...

CD Projekt Red announced it had already sold 20 million copies of ‘Cyberpunk 2077’

The string of good news for the developers of Cyberpunk 2077 continues as CD Projekt Red announced a major milestone on Wednesday. In under two years, 20 million copies of the game had been sold worldwide. Over 20...

Amazon launches Kindle Scribe, its first e-reader with reading and writing functionality

Amazon held its fall product launch event on Wednesday, where the company announced its first e-reader with notetaking functionality. Aptly named Kindle Scribe, the device will also ship with a stylus pen that never needs...

Netflix subscribers can now set up a unique username for their games

Netflix Games gained a new feature on Wednesday that allows subscribers to create a unique username that will be displayed in their games. The streaming giant also appears to be adding social features to multiplayer games...
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