Get ready for exponential change in the global energy landscape as a global tsunami of capital flows to support the science of climate change.
New analysis of climate projections finds carbon budgets are virtually meaningless, and the impacts of global warming have been underestimated.
Two recently published pieces of research suggest the world is likely to warm more than current projections.
Australia’s regulatory framework needs to catch up with the fact that climate change means that we can’t use the past to predict the future.
The world will likely exceed 1.5°C warming between 2026 and 2042 if emissions are not rapidly reduced, and 2°C threshold could be exceeded by 2034.
BoM issues wake up call with latest ‘State of the Climate’ report, warning Australia on track for more extreme heat, bushfires and coral reef destruction.
New analysis details the massive economic hit for Australia if global warming left unchecked, but a shift to zero emissions could create 250,000 new jobs.
Paris climate agreement seeks to limit global warming to 1.5℃, but new report by World Meteorological Organisation warns this limit may be exceeded by 2024.
AGL Energy to become first Australian company to sign up to EV100 initiative, committing to transition 400-strong vehicle fleet to electric vehicles.
To address both near-term reliability threats and emerging climate risks, we need to move both more carefully and faster.