New analysis finds Victoria could meet its legislated target of net-zero emissions by 2050 nearly five years ahead of schedule.
As Australian governments scramble to formulate the appropriate response to the newly declared pandemic proportions of the Coronavirus, a new report from the Climate Council reminds us of the burningly urgent need to address that other global catacstrophe, climate change.
The debate around whether Australia will meet its Paris emissions targets means little attention has been given to the target Australia should set, based on climate science and ethics.
Environmental watchdog ditches proposed requirement for all new emissions-intensive projects in W.A. to be carbon-neutral, in new draft greenhouse gas guidelines.
TAI report says latest federal government data confirms two things: 1) Australia’s emissions are definitely still going up; 2) The Morrison Coalition government is “contemptuous” of its obligations to prevent dangerous climate change.
WA’s Environmental Protection Authority sets “higher bar” for fossil fuel projects in W.A. to deal with their emissions. Coalition calls it a sledge-hammer.
Carbon Brief analysis shows UK CO2 emissions fell for the sixth consecutive year in 2018, the longest series of continuous reductions on record. Meanwhile, in Australia…
California’s greenhouse gas emissions have fallen to 1990 levels, well ahead of the state’s 2020 target date.
Australia emissions rise for 3rd year, with electricity the only sector to show a fall, thanks to a policy mechanism the government tried to kill.
South Australia, Tasmania and the Northern Territory contribute a combined total of just 6.3% to the nation’s total scope 1 emissions. Can you guess the common denominator?