Former PM Malcolm Turnbull says technologies needed for net zero transition already available, compares hydrogen produced using CCS to ‘clean coal’.
Turnbull says Morrison’s absence from COP26 will send a message about his priorities, slamming the “nonsense of a gas led recovery.”
Former PM Turnbull and mining billionaire Andrew Forrest launch new body to advocate for green only hydrogen sector, both slamming CCS as a failure.
After years of Coalition interference – and attempts to depose its CEO – AGL has been forced to undertake emergency measures to save its business.
Former PM joins the rush to clean energy, investing in a new funding round to back innovative solar business 5B.
Turnbull dismisses fossil fuel hydrogen and carbon capture and storage and laments lack of any new major clean energy projects in Morrison budget.
Malcolm Turnbull hits out at right-wing media and politicians for ‘fetishising’ coal to the extent that it is now treated as something ‘religious’.
“The Murdoch media have spent decades poisoning both our political and literal atmosphere,” climate scientist tells media diversity inquiry.
NSW energy minister Matt Kean says the future of coal mines beyond the remit of new zero emissions advisory board, which is one reason why Turnbull was dumped as chair.
Former PM Malcolm Turnbull pulled from NSW net zero advisory role just days after appointment, after calling for a halt to new coal mines.