SYDNEY - Tuesday 27 February 2024 - While Woodside Energy makes an annual net profit of US3.32 billion ($5.1 billion), Australian and Pacific communities are paying the price of fossil fuel-powered extreme climate impacts, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said today.
PERTH - Tuesday 20 February 2024 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has today welcomed news from Minister Bowen that consultation will soon be underway for a proposed Bunbury offshore wind zone - an investment that will unlock thousands of renewable energy jobs and cleaner, cheaper energy for West Australians.
Following a failure of Woodside Energy to submit revised environmental plans for several of its facilities, the fossil fuel giant is in breach of Australia's environmental laws - further proof that Woodside can’t be trusted when it comes to protecting our environment, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said today.
SYDNEY - Friday 9 February 2024: The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) has today released its own modelling that suggests the cost of limits on car pollution could be as high as $38 billion over the first five years. Here’s why that’s bullshit.
PERTH, Friday 9 February 2024 An approval of fossil giant Woodside Energy’s plans for the Burrup Hub gas project - Australia’s biggest climate threat - would only exacerbate extreme heat in WA, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said today.
MELBOURNE, Sunday 4 February 2023 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed today’s historic proposal for a New Vehicle Efficiency Standard, and has put the petrol car lobbyists on notice that Australians won't let them put sugar in the tank.
SYDNEY, 24 January 2024 — The Pacific Island nation of Palau has become the first country to officially ratify the historic UN Global Oceans Treaty, placing pressure on the Australian government to follow suit, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
In response to the Federal Government’s announcement that it will increase gas supply from Woodside and Esso to the east coast, the following statement can be attributed to Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s Head of Climate and Energy Jess Panegyres:
SYDNEY - 19 January 2024 - With a Federal Parliamentary inquiry now established to examine the impact and opportunities of electric vehicles in Australia, Greenpeace Australia Pacific has again today urged the Federal Government to introduce long-overdue legislation to enact a strong Fuel Efficiency Standard.
SYDNEY, Thursday 14 December 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has today welcomed the Federal Government's decision to tighten the criteria for cars to be considered a ‘fuel-efficient vehicle’ under the luxury car tax (LCT), a change which will mean Australians will no longer subsidise the purchase of expensive, petrol powered cars.