Today, the Climate Change Authority published public submissions made in response to the consultation paper: Economic modelling of Australia’s potential emissions reduction pathways(Opens in a new tab/window) and the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting (NGER) Survey(Opens in a new tab/window).

The authority received submissions in response to its modelling consultation paper from 22 organisations and individuals across Australia, 19 of which agreed to publication.

The NGER scheme survey attracted 69 responses from a range of organisations and individuals, 21 of which agreed to publication.

The authority analysed all input received through these consultation activities. Analysis of responses to the NGER scheme survey contributed to the development of the authority’s 2023 NGER Act Review.

The authority will continue to take account of stakeholder feedback in formulating the authority’s approach to modelling. The feedback received through this process will inform the authority’s advice on sectoral pathways to net zero and Australia’s 2035 emissions reduction targets.

The authority thanks everyone who provided input. These contributions improve the quality of the authority’s analysis and provide evidence to help inform the authority’s recommendations.

Submissions can be viewed and downloaded below:

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