Australia again ranks as one of the worst countries for climate action, with only the Trump Administration having worse climate policies, a new assessment finds.
Reports emerge that Japan may ban all new petrol and diesel sales by 2035, leaving Australia with nothing to do but fall in line, or bury its head in the petrol tank.
At least 8 new electric vehicle models will hit Australian shores in 2020, opening up choice for drivers wanting to reduce transport emissions or simply have the latest in auto tech.
Oversupply and an emissions profile not much better than coal are putting US$1.3 trillion in new LNG export and import infrastructure at significant risk of becoming stranded, new report finds.
Australia has told a UN meeting it won’t lift its emissions reduction targets, nor introduce new climate policies, while hiding its growing emissions.
Report led by CSIRO and backed by NAB says 100 per cent renewables in Australia is inevitable, and will likely slash bills by more than half under an ambitious policy.
Sceptics might call it crazy to run a clean power ‘extension cord’ all the way to Indonesia, but the ELEXI plan to export Pilbara generated renewable energy to Asia has a serious team behind it.
Australia wins first Fossil of the Day award at Bonn climate talks, as Syria signs up to leave the US isolated as the world’s only non-member state.
All eyes are on Victoria and the corporate sector for the future of large-scale renewables in Australia. With the renewable energy target now largely met, there is little else on offer for the pipeline of 20GW of wind and solar projects.
Australia is among the top seven countries worldwide responsible for 60% of the world’s biodiversity loss between 1996 and 2008, according to a study published last week in the journal Nature.