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Goal Key Targets Strength Weakness Opportunities Threats

Target 13.1 Reduce greenhouse gas Australia still has Australian Emissions
Strengthen resilience and emissions by 26% - 28% the highest per have increased each
adaptive capacity to climate- by 2030. capita emissions of year meaning the
related hazards and natural any OECD country. PARIS Target of
disasters in all countries National Energy reducing emission by
Productivity Plan created (BBC News, 2020) . 26 – 28% by 2030 is
Target 13.2 to help enhance energy WWF is focusing on now insufficient.
Integrate climate change productivity by 40% by Australia is sustainable
measures into national 2030. responsible to 1.3% fisheries, resilient (The Guardian, 2020)
policies, strategies and of global emissions marine ecosystems
GOAL 13. Climate planning Australia will reduce and clean oceans. If the emissions
Action emissions of Australia’s reduction fund
Take urgent action to (SDG, n.d.) hydrofluorocarbons households are (WWF, 2018) reduces or stops
combat climate change (HFCs) by 85% by 2036. responsible for organisations and
and its impacts around 12 per cent An Emissions individuals will not be
Australia is exploring of emissions. Reduction fund is a able to develop and
(SDG, n.d.) options for improving fuel voluntary scheme purchase new
efficiency for Australian (Australian designed to provide practices and
vehicles. Government, n.d.) financial incentives technologies
for businesses,
(Parliament of Australia, landholders and (Australian
n.d.) communities to Government, n.d.)
reduce emissions.

(Parliament of
Australia, n.d.)
Goal Key Targets Strength Weakness Opportunities Threats

Target 7.1 In 2016, Australians In 2017 – 2018 Funding for


By 2030, ensure universal sourced 17.3% of their 39% of Australian renewable sources
access to affordable, reliable energy from renewable energy will not be available
and modern energy services sources – a figure that consumption was for all projects.
stands to grow each year. oil.
. (ARENA, 2020)
Target 7.A In 2017 – 2018 Sustainable energy
By 2030, enhance international 18% of Australian 60% of Australian for all is working with No all are able to
cooperation to facilitate access renewable energy was electricity leaders in afford renewable
to clean energy research and made up of solar power in generation was government, the energy and are
technology, including 2016 from coal. private sector and having to pay more
GOAL 7. Affordable and renewable energy, energy civil society to drive for living costs.
Clean Energy efficiency and advanced and 31% of Australian In 2017 – 2018 further, faster action
cleaner fossil-fuel technology, renewable energy was diesel consumption toward achievement (ABC News, 2017)
Ensure access to and promote investment in made up of wind power in grew 6%. of Affordable and
affordable, reliable, energy infrastructure and clean 2016. clean energy.
sustainable and modern energy technology (Australian
energy. 42% of Australian Government, 2020) (SEFORALL, n.d.)
(SDG, n.d.) renewable energy
(SDG, n.d.) consumption came from
hydropower in 2016.

(iSelect, 2019)

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(SDG, n.d.)