The electric car has already been killed once. Will Trump kill it again, or jump on for the ride?
Tag: "climate change"
Climate change means Australian cities are facing more heat waves, but not all strategies to keep us cool are created equal.
The hottest year in 137 years, a mark of how much the world has warmed over the last century because of human activities, says U.S. government scientists.
Not a single fossil fuel company in the world discloses potential emissions from their reserves – and that is a big problem.
This week in climate and energy policy, we are left in no doubt where power lies in Conservative government decision making.
Emboldened by Donald Trump’s US election win, and perhaps sensing a diplomatic opportunity, Murdoch media’s Terry McCrann is back on the war path against climate and renewables.
A group of 48 countries – including 7 close neighbours of Australia – have pledged to fast-track 100% renewables between 2030 and 2050, and ratchet up emissions reductions by 2020.
China and to some extent India are emerging as the principal practitioners of an alternative vision of energy growth.
Trump’s position on clean energy and climate change is little different to that of Tony Abbott’s, whose policies have been unchanged by Malcolm Turnbull. But Trump’s success has unleashed a new push from the lunar right that will make any progress incredibly hard to achieve.
The Turnbull government’s strategy of letting technology push come to policy shove is putting key Australian industries at risk, according to a new report which says battery storage could displace traditional energy players “far more rapidly than anticipated.”