Turnbull says there is no such thing as cheap gas on the east coast of Australia, because of the cost of getting it out of the ground.
Former UK climate minister John Gummer says Australian politicians still haven’t accepted that climate change is happening and that they have a responsibility to act.
Five energy experts talk about the path to a renewables grid – good planning, lots of storage, and management of solar PV and electric vehicles among the priorities.
Culture wars, lies about targets and baselines, support for fossil fuels and naked hostility to renewables: What has changed for the Coalition since 2004?
Are children a source of hope where adults have failed? A youth climate march set for Washington DC this weekend raises the question: what new methods can young people use to boost climate action?
Mark Diesendorf urges those who care about climate change to go further than installing solar panels and voting and join pressure groups.
Aim of Monash Forum may be to ensure renewable energy wins slowly enough that coal can earn one last payday.
While most climate summits involve mitigation policies, motherhood statements and unmemorable memos, the latest, in Paris, could be different.
In November 30, 1987 Australian scientists officially sounded the climate alarm. No one can say we haven’t been warned.
Big fossil-fuel-based utilities are overcharging their customers, going on a “’gorging spree” while they still can.