Food & Environment

Food & Environment

Australia is rich in both ecology and natural resources. The Institute of Public Affairs Food and Environment Unit seeks to determine our national and international role in feeding the world and protecting the environment. The IPA examines environmental and agricultural policies across the countries, with particular emphasis on climate change policy, water, agricultural biotechnology, resource management, and market-based solutions to environmental challenges.

Sub-topics of Food & Environment

Publications

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Business Environment Conservation

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jim Hoggett

Time to Redefine Environmentalism

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jennifer Marohasy

Vegetation Management in Queensland: A Case of Constitutional Vandalism

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Suri Ratnapala

Some Australian Views on Climate Change

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Bob Carter

These people have no interest in furthering any political agenda on climate or related environmental issues. Rather, their comments and analysis are based upon the tradition of dispassionate honesty which characterises the scientific method. They...

The Green Inferno

OCCASIONAL PAPER | Phil Cheney

The Green Inferno: Do we really want to minimise Disaster fires?

Blackboys tell an interesting story

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | David Ward

There are Votes in the Murray

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jennifer Marohasy

Who Can Insure Against the Climate?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Bob Carter

When Will We Ever Learn?

IPA BACKGROUNDER | Aled Hoggett and Jim Hoggett

Jim Hoggett and Aled Hoggett show why decades of poor policy based on a failed ideology are directly responsible for the horrific Australian bushfires in 2003.

How Useful are Australia's Official Environmental Statistics?

IPA REVIEW ARTICLE | Jennifer Marohasy

Close scrutiny of the ABS's Measuring Australia's Progress reveals a superficial presentation of environmental data and conclusions based more on opinion that rigorous analysis.

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