Australian climate negotiators will be forced to defend the Morrison government’s questionable accounting fudge as countries move to block Kyoto carryover.
Taylor survives a shocking last week of parliament, but the emissions reduction minister is set to face more heat in Madrid over Australia’s lack of climate ambition.
Federal environment and energy department abolished in end of year shake up that will see the portfolios separated once again.
As international climate talks kick off in Madrid, Australia will send a new head negotiator and a first-time minister to crucial round of negotiations.
Drought and floods drive slight fall in Australia’s emissions as Taylor denied an early pass to skip Parliament and head to Paris.
Labor ramps up calls for energy minister Angus Taylor to stand aside, as NSW police commissioner downplays significance of Morrison’s ‘intervention’.
Morrison under pressure to stand down energy minister Angus Taylor after NSW Police launch formal investigation into reports of “fraudulent documentation”.
Energy ministers head to Perth for the first COAG energy council meeting in almost a year, with frustrations amongst State and Territory ministers high.
Angus Taylor asks ARENA to develop a national bioenergy roadmap as government looks for ways to shore-up liquid fuel supplies. Still no sign of EV strategy.
The Morrison Government’s ‘expert panel’ has shut out the clean energy sector in its search for extra emissions reductions.