SYDNEY, 11 October 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has called on businesses to accelerate their ambition on electric fleets following news of $12 million in funding from ARENA to launch the country’s largest-ever EV fleet charging project.
GERMANY, 6 October 2023 - 40 Greenpeace activists have protested against Woodside and its key German customer Uniper at Uniper's headquarters in Düsseldorf, Germany, calling for Uniper to stop buying Woodside’s gas due to the threat its Burrup Hub poses to oceans and the climate
SYDNEY, 05 October 2023 — In response to the announcement that Australia will rejoin the Green Climate Fund broadcast on RN Breakfast this morning, the following comments can be attributed to Greenpeace Australia Pacific’s Pacific Advisor and Community Engagement Manager, Shiva Gounden:
SYDNEY, 21 September 2023 — Greenpeace CEO David Ritter has applauded a historic commitment from the Australian government to protect the world’s oceans, but warned the expansion of fossil fuels is incompatible with a healthy marine environment.
PERTH, 20 September, 2023 – Following the publication by the WA government of the Climate Change Bill Explanatory paper, Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed the news but warned Woodside’s Burrup Hub will undermine and delay the state’s bright future as a renewable energy superpower.
PERTH, Monday 11 September 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific is today calling for Federal Government intervention, following explosive claims aired by the ABC that senior members of the Western Australian government lobbied to change the WA Environmental Protection Authority (EPA)’s climate change rules.
SYDNEY, 6 SEPTEMBER 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has today condemned fossil fuel giant Woodside following reports it will begin seismic blasting in endangered whale habitat off the coast of the Pilbara coast, Western Australia.
SYDNEY, Tuesday 5 September 2023 – In response to the Minns Labor Government announcing it will engage with Origin Energy on the possibility of using public money to prop up the ageing Eraring coal power station beyond its 2025 closure date, the following comments can be attributed to Greenpeace Australia Pacific Chief Executive Officer David Ritter:
MELBOURNE, Friday 1 September, 2023 – In response to the Albanese Labor government's decision to extend the Gregory Crinum coal mine to 2073, the following comments can be attributed to Greenpeace Australia Pacific Head of Advocacy Dr Susie Byers: