Australia’s next big decarbonisation challenge is transport, and it’s going to hit hard in 2021.
A new analysis shows that despite the temporary dent from Covid-19 and gains in renewables, Australia is returning to a badly off-track state on emissions.
2020 in Germany saw huge growth in renewables but a record drop in coal generation, giving the country a post-pandemic boost to its climate ambition.
From bushfires to the Paris agreement, 2020 was the year the federal government started learning the dangers of treading water while others swim hard.
The debate about the future of Australia’s coal production seems to ignore structural changes already happening.
A new carbon budget report shows Australia’s government is pouring money into all the wrong places.
Renewable energy is set to decrease power prices around the country – and that’s before you even count recent new policies.
New analyses reveal the extent of News Corp’s climate delay and misinformation, but they come as the company’s influence is beginning to slip.
If the world blows past its climate targets in 2025, Australia will have played a key role in supplying the fuel that does the damage.
A new report reveals reveals the dodgy assumptions used by the Coalition and Murdoch media to fan fears about renewable and climate action at 2019 federal election.