Only one minister, the ACT’s Simon Corbell, has had the courage and vision to stand up to incumbent bully-boys and introduce policies and targets that match the climate science. Yet the Coalition and most media continue to peddle nonsense dismissed most cogently by the new chief sloganeer, Malcolm Turnbull.
Tag: "clean energy"
Labor says it would bring in its emissions trading scheme in two stages, together with a separate scheme for the electricity sector.
Australia’s clean energy history is a litany of mistakes, dashed hopes and failed plans. One potential success is the CEFC, but it needs to be less cautious.
Report suggests California regulators and the gas company are purposely scaring the community and legislature into putting the leaking storage facility back online.
SA govt Entrepreneurs Prize offers $250k in seed funding for best energy, transport, waste, infrastructure ideas to make Adelaide world’s first carbon neutral city.
EY report pinpoints Australia as regional hot spot for renewable energy and networks in 2016, whether incumbents are ready or not. “Expect the unexpected.”
Victoria needs to find new mechanisms to accelerate renewable energy investment and remove some of its most polluting coal generation.
It took just three years for three US cities to make the transition to 100 percent clean energy — its expected that pace will only quicken in the coming years.
State targets offer $7.2 billion in environmental and health benefits, compared to an estimated $1 billion in compliance costs.
Crane’s somber departure letter to NRG employees reads much differently from his letter to shareholders two years ago.