Australia’s public desire for climate action is strongest it has been since 2008. The question, now, is how will our politicians respond?
Australia commits to ratifying Paris climate deal, which will come into force by the end of the year – a speed of action almost unprecedented on the international stage. But that means Malcolm Turnbull will have to match words with action. But how?
Suzlon Energy’s Tulsi Tanti says making wind turbines in Australia would be a “win-win”, but market must first demonstrate stability, growth.
Australia will likely miss its Paris climate commitments by around one billion tonnes of greenhouse emissions by 2030 if it continues with its current policies.
WEC report says stable renewables policies supported by clear carbon price signals remain crucial as world passes tipping point of “grand energy transition”. Meanwhile, in Australia…
What happens when a climate science denialist gets things badly, horribly, terribly, and embarrassingly wrong.
As the reality of climate change is accepted, the focus shifts from the science to economic and social outcomes – and the conversation gets way harder.
Nearly half of Australians would be prepared to switch to another bank if they found out their current bank is financing projects that worsen climate change.
This year a controversial motion was debated regarding incorporating the language and mechanisms of “natural capital” into IUCN policy.
Tony would be proud. To mark the anniversary of his coronation, Malcolm Turnbull has knee-capped the agency that eluded Abbott’s toe-cutters. The story behind the deal to strip ARENA of $500m highlights the nasty nature of Australian climate and clean energy politics.
Over the last week, we have seen tiresome name calling return after the CCA report that suggested a fresh approach to these decisions and actions.