It’s obvious there is not much rational thought in some quarters of the conservative parties, and Malcolm Turnbull will come to regret his change of tone on climate change just as Kevin Rudd did.
AEMO report cites future of gas-powered electricity generation as “greatest variable” in fortunes of Australian gas industry.
Monash University issues $218m Climate Bond – a world first, targeting sustainable development in the tertiary education sector.
Renate Egan has been chosen as part of the Homeward Bound Antarctica voyage; a groundbreaking leadership, strategic and scientific initiative for women.
This week in climate and energy policy, we are left in no doubt where power lies in Conservative government decision making.
The recalcitrance of reactionary ideologues to carbon pricing and climate policies only increases risks to energy security, prices and community stability.
Having locked in 100 per cent renewable energy for its electricity needs, the ACT is now turning to zero emissions for transport.
Report finds Australia’s shift to renewables, in line with its climate targets, would require significant inter-regional transmission upgrades, including a second link between Victoria and Tasmania by 2025.
Climate policy review presents clear opportunity to join host of other countries choosing a credible pathway to net zero emissions by mid-century.
Malcolm Turnbull joins right wing bloggers in blaming wind energy for last week’s blackout. It seems renewable energy will be sacrificed as Coalition admits Direct Action is a farce, prepares the ground for a baseline and credit scheme. And more gas and more coal.