CANBERRA, Monday 27 November - New analysis released today has revealed that Woodside’s Burrup Hub is Australia’s biggest climate threat, belching out 6.1 billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions over its proposed 50-year lifetime.
SYDNEY, 23 November 2023— In response to the Federal Government’s plan to underwrite a major expansion of Australia’s renewable energy capacity, Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter said today:
PERTH, Friday 17th November 2023 - The following comments relating to today’s Energy Transition Summit in Perth are attributable to Jess Panegyres, Head of Clean Energy at Greenpeace Australia Pacific:
RAROTONGA, COOK ISLANDS, 11 Nov 2023 — Initial outcomes announced by Pacific Islands Forum leaders on Friday included deals on climate finance, migration and energy transition, but Australia’s unwavering stance on fossil fuel phase out is fuelling growing discontent.
SYDNEY, 23 October 2023 – It’s been revealed in Senate Estimates today that the integrity of the Federal Government’s proposed vehicle emissions standard could be undermined by letting car companies count ‘imaginary’ fuel-efficient vehicles towards emission reduction goals.
PERTH/SYDNEY, 20 October 2023 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed reports today that Woodside has FINALLY removed a toxic oil tower from the West Australian coastline. Greenpeace activists occupied the tower in April and demanded that the fossil fuel giant clean up its toxic waste.
MELBOURNE, 18 October 2023: Greenpeace Australia Pacific says the High Court’s decision today to scrap Victoria’s road-user tax for electric vehicles is a sensible outcome, and is again today calling on the Federal government to speed up its efforts to establish a long-awaited national Fuel Efficiency Standard.