Planet’s natural systems are on the verge of breakdown, after being ignored by economic theory and policies. That must change.
A clean powered world will be better than a fossil fuelled one, but there’s still room for improvement in the human rights space.
Australian company will fast-track the production of a seaweed supplement that can almost entirely eliminate methane production by sheep and cows.
Increasingly severe and unpredictable extreme weather events have knocked an extra $86m off Suncorp’s half year accounts, prompting calls for more action on climate change.
Australia’s first dedicated solar panel recycling company has locked in plans to develop its first processing facility in South Australia.
South Australia launches rebadged energy productivity scheme, supporting households to shift demand, despite concerns over lost focus on energy efficiency.
Victorian government announces new energy efficiency targets for households and businesses, set to cut energy use, costs and emissions.
It is a relief to see state-based climate plans beginning to solidify into real policy action – plans that actually lower emissions, while putting ‘guard rails’ around the growth of energy technologies.
Despite being an easy, cheap way to drive down power costs and emissions, energy efficiency has been glaringly absent from Australian government policies. Has the switch flipped?
Tough new gas standards in Europe might revoke the ‘transition fuel’ label for gas. How does Australia fare?