Economics of climate change

Economics of climate change

Jul 3
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Danny Price, Founder and Managing Director, Frontier Economics
Dr Paul Hardisty, Director, CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship
Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA

Event Overview

  Read report The
Economics of
Climate Change


The politics of climate change are highly contested in Australia and irrespective of a failure to develop a global consensus on climate change, the international response will impact Australian industry; but to what degree is still in question.

Many of the implications of climate change can be mitigated through effective policy responses. Current indecision and disagreement creates frustration and confusion, but more importantly is adding to the cost.

Questions to be addressed at the WA launch of CEDA's research report, The Economics of Climate Change include:

  • What are the implications of climate change for business and the economy?
  • How should Australia be adapting?
  • What are the outcomes of the Direct Action climate policy in its current form?

All guests will receive a complimentary copy of The Economics of Climate Change.


Meet the keynote speaker

Danny Price
Founder and Managing Director, Frontier Economics

Meet the speakers

Dr Paul Hardisty
Director, CSIRO Climate Adaptation Flagship

Nathan Taylor
Chief Economist, CEDA

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