The Australian government has been enormously deceptive with the upgraded emissions forecasts it will take to Glasgow. Here’s why.
Australian Federal Government
If we don’t close the global emissions gap, what will Australia, and the rest of world, be forced to endure?
Morrison government projections show Australia’s main grid on track for 51 per cent renewables by 2025, and 69 per cent by 2030.
Australia sets a new stretch goal to produce solar power at just 1.5 cents per kilowatt-hour, to slash costs of green hydrogen and green steel.
Despite the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic, global greenhouse gas emissions surged to new highs last year, UN-backed agency says.
Morrison commits Australia to net zero emissions by 2050 that will not be law but will depend on unknown technologies, offsets and no new policies.
Nationals MP says wind farms don’t work in the dark. No wonder they are scared of net zero.
Coalition spends $13M promoting growing share of renewables, but makes no mention of the biggest source of renewables in Australia – wind energy.
Consultant who produced modelling used to attack Labor Party climate policies hired to “validate” Morrison government’s net zero modelling.
NSW start-up aims to establish a foothold in the massive global battery supply chain with its Australian made, low-carbon lithium processing technology.