Tim Hollo is executive director of The Green Institute, Greens candidate for Canberra, and a visiting fellow at RegNet, ANU’s School of Regulation and Global Governance. He has published widely on issues including democratic innovation, climate action, and Universal Basic Income, and his first book, “Living Democracy: An Ecological Manifesto for the End of the World As We Know It”, will be published by NewSouth in 2022.
Australia knows how to legislate a carbon price, and we can do it again
The Gillard government’s ill-fated clean energy bill was passed 10 years ago. Australians are ready for an even better successor. Continue reading »
Necessary but insufficient: Anti-corruption commissions won’t stop corruption
Unfortunately, it’s patently obvious that we need anti-corruption commissions to expose corruption in Australian politics. But history shows such commissions to be necessary to expose corruption but insufficient to prevent it. Continue reading »