Regulatory risk and growing competition from wind, solar and natural gas is creating a global tipping point for coal.
Tony Abbott might have pledged in blood to repeal the carbon price, but what’s likely to happen once the obstacles are clear? Here are four scenarios.
Europe’s carbon pricing woes cast further doubt on the credibility of Australia’s scheme and on Treasury’s forecasts of the revenue it will reap for the budget.
It’s time to start thinking about how we can influence emissions beyond our borders
Australia remains wedded to a model of international climate action that is no longer credible.