Australia will take five years of climate inaction to COP26, with a plan for another ten. Its climate policy is flying off the rails.
Federal government should target net-zero emissions by 2050 as “absolute minimum,” new scientific report warns, to avoid potentially insurmountable challenges to Australia.
Federal Labor promises to slash EV taxes and fund community battery roll-out, in some of its first energy policies announced since the 2019 election.
As Elon Musk demonstrates, the story of Bitcoin isn’t a sideshow to climate; it’s a central force that could drag down the accelerating pace of positive change.
Coalition’s gas-led recovery plans look increasingly tenuous after AEMO report shows gas use in grid may nearly disappear within 20 years.
Chris Bowen tells forum in Canberra that Labor is the only one capable of taking Australia to zero net emissions, and sees important role for gas.
A new report on the global supply of finance to fossil fuel companies shows Australia’s big four banks are doing terribly.
Climate Change Authority tells inquiry that it has not been asked to model a zero emissions pathway for Australia.
A global stocktake of net zero targets finds many lack substance and short term ambition, leading to greenwashing and marketing deception.
Gutwein Government refuses to release documents showing advice it received before the signing of an agreement with the federal government on major energy projects.