UK’s stunning new climate target adds major pressure on Australia
The UK government has announced a climate target of 78% reductions by 2035. It shines a bright light on Australia's current inaction.
Albanese promises “clean energy jobs revolution” in rebuke of Morrison cafe jibe
Albanese says the opportunities created through action on climate change would have a wide-reaching benefit for the Australian economy.
The Driven Podcast: The Sunshine state’s plan to go electric
We talk to RACQ head of policy Rebecca Michael about the electric vehicle transition in Queensland.
Solar and wind are leading fastest energy transition the world has seen
The latest IRENA data shows that Australia is in the number two spot of new renewables per person and number one spot for installed solar PV.
Huge solid sails could cut fossil fuel use by 30 per cent for shipping industry
UK and Norwegian companies to build first huge "solid sails" that could slash fossil fuel consumption in the shipping industry by nearly a third.
ClearVue completes world’s first solar glass greenhouse in Perth
ClearVue Technologies launches “world-first” solar greenhouse, to demonstrate both its integrated PV tech and its potential to advance agricultural research.
Hydrogen power plant in South Australian would already be profitable, analysts say
A proposed hydrogen fuelled power station in South Australia would have generated millions in profits, analysts say.
CCS, but not as you know it: US prize targets cement’s monster emissions
Two prize-winning companies have developed technology that can inject carbon dioxide into concrete and store it there "for good".
Transport and mining are growing climate problems for Australian states: new data
New emissions data show that the mining industry and transport sectors are pushing up emissions across states, even as renewables drive them down.
“We will not achieve net zero in inner city cafes”: Morrisons’ culture war on climate
Scott Morrison announced that 'net zero won't be solved at inner city dinner parties' - at an inner city dinner party.
Texas has another close call, sparking more false claims about wind and solar
Another near disaster in mid-April was the result of a lot of thermal generation – coal, gas and nuclear – being offline for maintenance, not renewables performing poorly.
“Jagged bulldust”: Why the Murdoch media hates electric vehicles so much
Murdoch media serves up some "jagged bulldust" and delivers a record amount of myths and misinformation about EVs to its readers of "common clay."