A new poll suggests a growing complacency about Australia’s climate inaction.
Scott Morrison’s defining failure as prime minister is his inability to treat any crisis as urgent. That has caused failure for climate and Covid.
Resistance is not futile, as Alan Finkel might have us believe. There are so many reasons why climate action can and must go much faster.
UK government has made historic climate promises in the past year, for which it deserves credit. But it has been too slow to follow these with delivery.
The latest episode in the process of trying to present Bitcoin as if it’s not only clean but vital to clean power development is particularly bad.
There’s little chance Australia’s government will make a high-quality net zero target, but increasingly there is work showing exactly what a good target looks like.
Will hydrogen be a blessing or a curse? Probably a bit of both, but the fossil fuel industry is fighting for much more of the second.
A new report from an international renewables agency shows that new renewables are beating existing coal on price, all around the world.
Is Matt Kean’s ambitious new EV policy enough to make NSW the Norway of Australia? Is that even the right baseline to be using?
It doesn’t matter who’s leader of the Nationals – the Morrison government’s net-zero greenwashing narrative is already written and is very, very easy to predict.