It doesn’t seem to be sinking in: Australia’s grid needs to be zero carbon by 2030 to align with a 1.5C temperature target.
Australia’s government has consistently forecasted rising coal exports, but the reality has been vey different.
Australia’s government is ramping up its international greenwashing efforts, even as it gassifies its clean energy agencies.
Biden might be on the verge of a historic climate ambition update. If it’s true, Morrison is will face unprecedented pressure.
Texas hits an incredible new wind record in March, as the fallout from the major February blackout continues.
Norway’s gargantuan oil fund has begun its shifts towards investing more heavily in renewable energy projects.
NSW deputy premier John Barilaro could not have chosen better backdrops to highlight the state’s big ugly coal problem.
Scotland sources more than 97 per cent of its electricity demand from renewables in 2020, as Great Britain’s electricity grid records its ‘greenest moment’.
A massive swing towards net retirement of coal power is an excellent sign, but China continues to build new plants. What happens next?
Though there’s still far to go, 2020 ended up being a record-breaking year for renewables after predictions of a COVID-19 downturn. What comes next?