Maurice Newman justified his anti-climate stance by citing an ABC poll that was trolled by Australia’s climate denial community. It’s quite comical.
Tony Abbott probably feels he has friends in high places. Or at least those that agree that the climate is not worth fighting for, or that coal is anything other than good for humanity. On Tuesday night in the US, Republicans – and particularly those who reject climate science and despite renewable energy, won big […]
Greg Hunt says the carbon price didn’t work. But two new studies show that coal generation and electricity emissions have jumped sharply since the carbon price was dumped by the government 100 days ago.
Greg Hunt says he doesn’t want an emissions trading scheme, Clive Palmer says he does. But Hunt’s Direct Action plan might ultimately take us there anyway.
The United Nations and its Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has delivered a stark warning to Australia that its climate and clean energy policies are at direct loggerheads with scientific consensus, and what the world needs to do to address climate change.
IPCC confident report will help give politicians the impetus to commit to the required deep emissions cuts.
The most sophisticated, comprehensive and succinct scientific account of the impacts of human activity on the world was published Sunday.
The Coalition’s Direct Action – lambasted by its own party as a policy of “fiscal recklessness” – is now officially Australia’s climate policy. No one believes it will meet its own modest targets, but it will allow native forests to be burned for carbon credits.
Winds of change are blowing over already gale-swept South Pole, threatening to hasten Antarctic melting and worsen flooding around the globe.
Sustainability is possible over the next century, but only if we control climate change.