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As many as 350 jobs could be cut at CSIRO, as part of “sweeping cultural changes” that will ‘gut’ the organisation’s climate science department.
2015 saw a record 2.5% increase in renewables generation in Europe, however the amount of fossil fuel generation barely changed.
Australia tumbles 10 places on key environmental performance index, while Oxford report warns its coal mines and plants are among the world’s riskiest investments.
Opposition launches consultation on its 2030 emissions reduction target, based on CCA-recommended cuts of 45% on 2005 levels.
It’s official: 2015 was the hottest year on record, beating out 2014 by the widest margin in 136 years of record keeping.
2015 ended on high note with 195 nations joining together in establishing the Paris Agreement to limit global temperature rise to 1.5-2°C. So what now?
This time last year the global coal industry was telling investors that things would be better in 2015. The opposite has proven to be the case.
As coal stocks slump, fossil lobbies of the world unite to mock and deny the deal that leaves their industry on shakier ground than ever.
Adelaide’s plan to become the world’s first carbon neutral city driven by economics, and liability; already seeing big reaction on storage.