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Our new analysis suggests the vast majority of carbon credits granted for regrowing native forests either has not occurred, or would have occurred anyway.

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Labor has promised a 43 per cent cut in Australia’s emissions by 2030 and a high-integrity carbon credit market is vital to reaching this goal.

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With the price of Bitcoin and other digital currencies dropping dramatically, what is in store for the digital asset market?

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With the cost of living rising, housing interest rates going up and financial markets in turmoil, the following UNSW Sydney experts are available to comment on economic issues.

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What is the electricity grid and how does it work? How are energy supply and prices determined? An expert breaks down a few of the terms and ideas underpinning Australia’s energy crisis.

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Tax advisers are more likely to act as 'tax exploiters' for wealthy clients but 'tax enforcers' for the rest of us.

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With interest rates rising and house prices dropping in some cities, are potential first-home buyers getting closer to making that purchase?

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As Australia slides into an energy crisis, UNSW Business School’s Katja Ignatieva explains what customers – and markets – can expect to come next. 

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With education, aged care and health workers joining the ranks of those protesting for better work conditions, are we seeing a renewed interest in industrial action?

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The independent review of the Reserve Bank should be headed by someone from outside the country say 12 leading economists in an open letter to the treasurer.

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