In June 2017 the Wentworth Group released a summary of the review of progress of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan with five actions necessary to deliver the Basin Plan ‘in full and on time.’
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In May 2017 the Wentworth Group made this submission to the Australian Government Department of Environment and Energy as part of the 2017 review of climate change policies.
In April 2017 the Wentworth Group made this submission to the Climate Change Authority on the ‘Action on the land’ issues paper.
In April 2017 the Wentworth Group made this submission to the Productivity Commission on the National Water Reform Issues Paper.
In February 2017 the Wentworth Group made a submission to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority in light of the proposed changes and the environmental, social and economic future of the Basin as a whole.
A model for environmental accounting for measuring the condition of assets over time, with examples from the regional trial.
The first of two reports evaluating the application of the Accounting for Nature model as part of the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial.
This report accompanies the Evaluation Report and provides a more detailed review of approaches used in the Australian Regional Environmental Accounts Trial.
Transformative, long-term economic and institutional reforms that Australia must implement if it is to create a healthy environment with a productive economy.
The Wentworth Group calls on all Australian governments to take the long view and prepare the country for this new climate regime by recommitting to water reform through a new, broader national agreement.
The Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists is an independent group of Australian scientists concerned with advancing solutions to secure the long term health of Australia’s land, water and biodiversity.