Report says 2°C climate target world mean no new coal mines, peak oil by 2020, and muted gas growth – and put $2trn of fossil fuel assets at risk.
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As global leaders sit around the negotiating table at the Paris climate talks, discussion will quickly turn to the carbon budget and how to spend it.
As Turnbull heads to Turkey’s G20 Summit, a new report reveals Australia still subsidising fossil fuel production to tune of $A5.6 billion a year.
TransCanada Corp. has asked the State Department to suspend its review of the company’s permit application for its controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
Professor Andrew Holmes is adamant his Academy will act on one simple principle: scientific fallacy shall not stand.
To limit global warming to 2C we can’t emit more than another trillion tonnes of greenhouse gases. Burning fossil fuels is a major source.
EY survey finds greatest increase in institutional investor focus is on climate change, with nearly two-thirds concerned about risk of stranded assets.
Increasing corporate activity is interfering with progress on climate policy, and activists want fossil fuel interests removed from the upcoming climate talks.
Approval for the huge Carmichael coal mine has created outrage in environment circles. But remember, this is bipartisan policy – both the Coalition and Labor want this “carbon bomb” to go ahead. Indeed, the fossil fuel industry continues to enjoy “carte blanche” in Australia, with virtually no restrictions.