Scientists, engineers and tech researchers slam Australia for being off-track to meet its weak emissions targets, saying more must be done.
Donald Trump lodges official request to pull United States out of Paris Agreement, a move that will take effect one day after the next presidential election.
Environment department concedes Australia stands alone on Kyoto carryover units, and cannot name ‘technology improvements’ supposed to deliver big emissions reductions.
UN Secretary General has calls on global leaders, including Scott Morrison, to come to the Climate Action Summit with concrete plans to lift climate action.
First three months of the year sees Australia’s emissions continue to increase, as electricity emissions surge back to 2017 levels in summer heat.
ClimateWorks will create a new register of corporate and government pledges to tackle climate change to track contributions towards Paris Agreement.
Developing nations want to ban fossil fuel interests from participating in, and sponsoring, UN climate talks – much to the chagrin of countries like US and Australia.
There are four key steps to ensure that climate policy remains a recipe for business as usual, and the Australian government has followed them to the letter.
Over its first year, the Trump administration has taken extreme steps to unravel progress on U.S. climate action domestically.
Our modelling shows renewable energy can help hit Australia’s emissions reduction target of 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2030 effectively for free.