• What is the Safeguard Mechanism?

    22 November 2022

    The Safeguard Mechanism was introduced in 2016 by the Tony Abbot government. It applies to Australia’s biggest polluters - largely gas, coal, mining and manufacturing - and was supposed to stop climate change by limiting the amount of dirty greenhouse gasses they pump out.

  • Campaign Recap: Australia’s Greatest Liability

    9 November 2022
    Jackson Reid

    This year we've been taking on Australian energy giant, AGL. Read on to hear about Greenpeace's role in pressuring AGL to close their dirty, coal-fired power stations.

  • How do we clean up Australia’s transport?

    11 October 2022
    Jamie Griffin

    Our transport sector is the 3rd largest source of greenhouse pollution - and it's growing. How does the transport sector put emissions into reverse and clean up its act?

  • Fossils belong in a museum

    11 October 2022
    Jamie Griffin

    We need to make the switch from fossil fuels to electric vehicles - find out more about electric vehicles and how they will help bring down our transport emissions.

  • Time for a policy pit-stop

    11 October 2022
    Jamie Griffin

    All around the world the uptake of electric vehicles are hitting record numbers and growing, so why is Australia at the back of the grid when it comes to electric vehicle ownership?

  • Global Week of Action for Climate Justice

    2 September 2022

    On August 13th, youth and civil society organisations gathered around the world, to stand in solidarity with our Pacific family and champion support for the International Court of Justice Advisory Opinion (ICJAO) campaign, taking the world’s biggest problem to the world's biggest Court. At the UN General Assembly in September this year, Vanuatu will be asking members to support its resolution asking the ICJ to give an Advisory Opinion on human rights and climate change - and they need our support!

  • What is the North West Shelf – and why does it matter?

    26 August 2022
    Greenpeace Australia Pacific

    You might have heard us celebrating a record number of appeals lodged last month against Woodside’s North West Shelf extension to 2070. So what does it all mean, and why does it matter?