Accelerating carbon abatement for Australia
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The priorities detail what the agency will do to achieve our purpose. Internally, these priorities inform the deliverables outlined in operational business plans prepared annually.
The key activities are mutually reinforcing and outline how we will improve our program delivery and engage with our stakeholders. Key activities are placed under the objectives they are key drivers in achieving and so contribute to achieving our purpose.
A mix of qualitative and quantitative performance measures enabling us to track and measure the success of business activities.
Risk oversight and management
The agency applies a risk based approach to decision making, and has a risk based culture underpinned by our risk appetite and risk management framework. Our strategic risks articulate the high level risks to achieving our objectives.
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The Clean Energy Regulator is a Government body responsible for accelerating carbon abatement for Australia.