Climate Change

Tasmania’s already reached net-zero and 100% renewables. So what's next?

Cows gather in a paddock near a wind turbine on a property that is owned by Van Dieman's Land Co (VDL), Australia's largest dairy, located on the windswept northwest coast of the southern island state of Tasmania, near the town of Smithton, Australia, November 17, 2016. Picture taken November 17, 2016. REUTERS/David Gray - RC1FF21A80A0

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Rupert Posner
Systems Lead - Sustainable Economies, ClimateWorks Australia
Simon Graham
Senior Analyst, ClimateWorks Australia
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