Much of the stuff that drives economic growth is really very silly. The transition to a more meaningful measure can’t come soon enough.
There are some barriers to linking our emissions reduction plan to California’s, but they’re worth overcoming.
Mazda will show off its new Mazda6 “clean diesel” sedan next week, where it will run three high-performance racing versions on renewable, synthetic diesel.
New technology means our estimates of electricity consumption are based on old ideas.
How will ASIC cope with the pressure it’s under to punish coal hoaxer Jonathan Moylan? He could face up to 10 years in prison.
Treasurer Wayne Swan addresses Australia’s biggest economic challenges and opportunities, and climate change barely gets a mention. Clean energy none at all. Meanwhile, a landmark report in the UK warns that the world’s pension schemes could be wiped out if politicians and actuaries continue to ignore climate and resource constraints.
The world wastes up to one-half of the four billion tons of food it produces each year, yet natural disasters will cause prices to soar.
As the world warms, Australia needs a public debate on air conditioning; on reducing our dependency, cutting wastage, and working with the climate.
A new report on China’s ecological footprint says that humanity, as a whole, overshot the Earth’s sustainability threshold back in the early 1970s.
Global mining giant’s coal chief talks climate risk, extreme weather, the absolute ceiling on GHG emissions and thermal coal’s inevitable decline.