Labor’s coal contrarian Joel Fitzgibbon to leave parliament, just as Albanese promises to be in lockstep with the US on climate policy.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese tells Minerals Council it needs to focus on technologies that support transition to renewables, not fossil fuels.
Albanese says the opportunities created through action on climate change would have a wide-reaching benefit for the Australian economy.
Anthony Albanese and Mark Butler say Morrison’s choice of gas over clean energy will lead to fewer new jobs.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese will embrace support for carbon capture projects, provided it doesn’t see funding support redirected from renewables research.
Labor leader Anthony Albanese set to use a major policy speech to re-confirm 2050 net zero emissions target, but no word on the party’s interim targets.
Labor leader dismisses chances of crossbench climate bill, while also slamming Morrison government push for new coal plant.
Albanese sells Labor’s clean energy revolution as key to jobs and manufacturing, and promises a future for coking coal industry.
Angus Taylor wields “big stick” again, but finds himself heading for a new round of climate policy wars, with industry and with Labor.
Labor under Anthony Albanese may look overseas in its search for a way to re-engage voters on climate change, and rebrand its policy suite.