Concrete and building materials giant “exploring all options” to meet a 2025 renewables target for its energy needs – outside of its Berrima cement kiln.
Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions rose in the first three months of the year, driven higher by carbon capture failures and a recovering economy.
Fortescue Metals to invest another $1 billion in its renewables division, and will push customers to tackle their 250 million tonne emissions footprint.
Australian carbon credits tipped to jump to $50 per tonne, riding surge in corporate demand even as federal government sits idle on climate policy.
New research shows Australia is lagging behind international peers in emissions reductions, despite what the Morrison government may claim.
Ambitious new commitments of state governments go some way to filling the void left by the lack of a national climate policy.
The recent trend has been to relax guidelines on the safeguard mechanism, but that may soon change with a net zero emissions target.
Researchers warn bitcoin mining could undermine efforts to reach global climate targets, with electricity consumption expected to surpass that of Australia.
Equivalent of Covid-19 triggered emissions reductions needed every two years to meet Paris Agreement goals, researchers say.
Coal generators and oil and gas producers dominate latest list of Australia’s largest emitters.