The world just experienced its hottest June on record. That makes this the third-warmest start to the year.
HSBC says carbon price repeal leaves Australia’s resource-intensive economy – and its farm exports – “even more vulnerable” as world moves in opposite direction.
As Tony Abbott commits Australia’s economy to a fossil fuel future, the market price of coal is crashing, and global capital is turning quickly to clean energy and climate solutions. Has the Abbott government got a Plan B?
From the top of the globe to the depths of the oceans and everywhere in between, the climate is warming and changing in ways humans have never experienced.
How would a historian in 2393 write about this century if we continue self-destructively ignoring climate science – and modern civilization as we know it had collapsed 300 years earlier?
Tony Abbott’s success at “axing the carbon tax” was a signal for the climate deniers in the Coalition to say some astoundingly stupid things.
Australia becomes the first country in the world to remove a carbon pricing scheme established to combat climate change. The win for the Coalition is hailed by Abbott and his inner circle of climate deniers, claimed by the PUP, and condemned by almost everyone else.
Weather and climate-related disasters have caused $2.4 trillion in economic losses and nearly 2 million deaths globally since 1971.
A ‘tipping point’ – a threshold beyond which a system shifts to a new state – is becoming a familiar concept in discussions of climate.
The new game for anti-Green rednecks in US is to blow black smoke at electric vehicles from their pick-ups. This week, Tony Abbott will achieve the political and economic equivalent of “coal rolling”, scrapping carbon price as China prepares to announce first emissions cap.