Chris Bowen tells forum in Canberra that Labor is the only one capable of taking Australia to zero net emissions, and sees important role for gas.
Austrian Greens secure one of Europe’s strongest climate policies through deal with country’s right wing populist party, but at what cost?
After success of its 100% renewable electricity target, ACT sets its sights on phasing out gas in next phase of ambitious climate strategy.
NZ unveils package of climate change policies, including a strengthened emissions trading scheme, and independent advisor for policies and targets.
Five years to the day since the repeal of the carbon tax, emissions and electricity prices have both increased, and the Australian economy is slowing. So, what was the point?
Climate Change Authority to issue new advice to government on climate policies, citing falling technology costs and rising emissions as reasons to do something.
Independent panel lead by former Labor climate change minister urges big emissions reductions, even without factoring in a 1.5C pathway.
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.
As Albanese emerges as favourite to take Labor leadership, the future of its climate policy will be a contest between pragmatism and ambition.