Recent statements by James Lovelock, the distinguished physicist, are not easy to reconcile with his statements, writings and books over the years,
Barack Obama put climate change front and centre in a recent interview: called it a campaign issue, and said America must do more about it.
With 82% of Americans experiencing one or more types of extreme weather or natural disaster in the past year, they’re starting to join the dots.
The growing calls to cut the carbon price to $10 and dump other green schemes are based on a false economy, and will only lead to greater costs in the future. Welcome to the spinning wheels of subsidy and compensation.
A bizarre new scientific paper argues we should seriously consider technologies to engineer human bodies to reduce carbon emissions.
Meeting the IPCC’s strictest emissions reduction scenario would require the average person to cut their meat consumption in half by 2050.
Christine Milne on an economic vision that goes beyond the mining boom, and on why progressive business needs to stand up to likes of ACCI, the BCA and the IAG; her fears that the investment mandate for the Clean Energy Finance Corp may be too conservative, and the fate of this and other key legislation.
German nuclear giants finally embrace solar; Europe opts for super grids, while India punts for no grid at all; NSW leads Conservative fight-back against energy aliens; the great big subsidy battle; the coal industry seeks sympathy by comparing itself to a mass murderer; and a magic paint to protect against smart meter syndrome.
Without some serious adaptation and mitigation efforts, studies show climate change could cripple transportation in New York City.
The world needs a new strategy for translating sustainability knowledge into action – a contract between science and society. So far, we’re not even close.