A global stocktake of net zero targets finds many lack substance and short term ambition, leading to greenwashing and marketing deception.
Renewable policy is getting better in Australia’s states, but is it enough to cancel out federal inaction?
Norway is unlikely to be the first place that comes to mind when thinking about solar power, but it looks the best option as it seeks to expand its grid.
Imperial College Business School says renewable power saw significantly higher total returns over the past 10 years than fossil fuels.
Australia’s government is justifying climate inaction on a six-year-old document that misses the entire point of emissions reductions.
Like wind and solar, the costs of battery storage are plummeting far faster than anyone expected.
Australia’s government is about to re-activate its efforts to convince the world that it’s doing enough on climate (it is not).
How can new coal burning projects be justified in 2021? Using the transformational powers of hydrogen and the empty promise of CCS!
Nationals leader Michael McCormack repeated a range of climate myths on ABC’s Insiders, suggesting there’s a long way to go to net zero.
A global program tracking green spending by countries puts Australia at the bottom of the pile for its tiny share of clean stimulus.