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The need for strong ambition, global action, transparency, integrity and the commercialisation of early-stage emissions reductions technologies. These were the themes from a virtual panel hosted at the Australian Pavilion at COP26, by Climate Change Authority Chairman Grant King, last night (AEDT).

The Climate Change Authority, on the opening day of the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, has joined climate councils around the world in announcing a new collaboration: the International Climate Councils Network (ICCN).

The Climate Change Authority today releases its new research report outlining key trends in investment, finance, international trade and climate policy in a decarbonising world, and the opportunities and challenges these present for Australia.

The Climate Change Authority is pleased to announce we will be hosting two events at the COP26 international climate conference. These events will be held at the Australian Pavilion in Glasgow and also livestreamed and made available on demand via our website and COP26 tour page.

The Climate Change Authority today releases a new insights paper outlining the way forward for Australia to maintain its prosperity and economic growth: by viewing reducing emissions not as a cost but as a source of competitive advantage.

The Climate Change Authority is pleased to launch its 'Reflect' Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-2022 (Reflect RAP).