72% of Australians believe it is inevitable the country’s current coal-fired power stations will be closed and replaced with renewable energy. The real question is, how should we manage this transition?
Articles by Olivia Kember
After ten years of turbulence in climate and energy policy Australia is entering a crucial 18-month period.
More women accept the science of climate change, and the benefits of renewable energy, than men.
Climate change itself holds significant risks for the electricity sector. The longer we put off action, the higher the costs will be.