Senate estimates questions, relating to the Morrison government’s climate and energy policies, remain unanswered and are weeks overdue.
Climate think tank says emissions targets of both the Coalition and Labor fall well short of the ambition needed for Australia to remain competitive.
Conservative commentators have discovered there is one thing worse than a prime minister championing climate action – an Australian cricket captain doing the same.
Australia’s de facto carbon price hit $40/tonne, at least in the forward market, as international markets took off in response to COP26 outcome.
Australia’s most senior treasury offical warns Australia must remain engaged in global shift to sustainable finance, whether it likes it or not.
New analysis finds no evidence Australia will achieve a “projected” 35 per cent cut in emissions by 2030, and even the official Paris targets are in doubt.
Simon Corbell says Australia’s green energy transition will be harder, slower and more expensive due to federal government’s lack of leadership.
With the ink barely dry on Glasgow Climate Pact, the Morrison government settled straight back into its domestic routine of climate obfuscation and obstruction.
The “Glasgow Pact” receives mixed reviews; praise for delivering a turning point for coal, while failing to bridge the gap ambition to 1.5 degrees.
The ‘Glasgow Pact’ keeps spotlight on countries going slow on climate action, despite a last-ditch attempt to weaken a call for the end of coal power.