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Last week served as a reminder – as if we needed another one – that climate policy is still a wild ride in Australian politics.
Two out of five Australian companies with fossil fuel investments fail to acknowledge the science of climate change, a new survey has found.
Senator Malcolm Roberts has met with some of world’s most notorious and longest-serving climate science deniers to help put their stamp on the new Trump administration.
The growth in global production of greenhouse gases has decelerated over the past few years, with 2015 seeing the first actual reduction, of 0.1% compared to 2014 levels.
President-elect Trump on rounds out a potential dream team of anti-environment cabinet members with the chief executive officer of ExxonMobil.
Ecofys and Edge Environment team up, bringing ground-breaking metrics to Australian businesses
Report shows network of governments, funds, organisations, philanthropies and individuals representing $5.2trn in assets divesting from fossil fuel companies.
Australia remains one of world’s most expensive places to develop renewables, when it should be one of the cheapest.
ATA report finds 100% renewable grid would be reliable and stable, with appropriate mix of generation sources, energy storage and upgraded infrastructure.