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Greg Barber is a long-time environmentalist and policymaker. His education background was originally in biology and later in business administration and finance. His most recent research looked at how information on Australian political party climate change policies is integrated into voter attitudes and party identification in opinion polls. For this he received first class honours (from CDU). He is a Darwin resident and draws inspiration from the natural environment of the Northern Territory.
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Assessing potential contributions of 'nature-based climate solutions' to Australia's emissions reductions goal
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
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Nature to the rescue: Past drivers and future potential of the Australian land-based carbon offsets marketBarber, G., Edwards, A. & Zander, K. K., 23 Jun 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Climate Policy. p. 1-16 16 p.
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Climate change, the Australian Greens, and dynamics of party competition across five national elections in AustraliaBarber, G. & Klassen, A., 2021, In: Australian Journal of Political Science. 56, 1, p. 56-72 18 p.
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