News Releases

  • Greenpeace AP to policymakers: Don’t cave to anti-climate car lobby

    29 May 2023

    SYDNEY, Monday 29 May 2023 – Following InfluenceMap reports that the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) has reportedly led a coordinated campaign to push back against Australian climate policy, Greenpeace Australia Pacific has today urged the Federal Government to prioritise Australian consumers ahead of profiteering car lobbyists.

  • Kimberley communities, Greenpeace band together against new gas

    21 May 2023

    BROOME, 21 May 2023 – Communities from across the Kimberley will gather in Broome against new gas projects planned for the region, including Woodside’s Burrup Hub, new fracking proposals, and Buru Energy’s proposed floating liquefied gas facility off the Kimberley coast.

  • Ahead of G7, climate leadership on transport needed

    19 May 2023

    SYDNEY, Friday 19 May 2023 – Australia must urge Japan and other G7 nations to deliver climate action in step with the requirements of climate science, including a rapid transition away from fossil fuelled transport, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said today.

  • GREENPEACE UNCOVERS WOODSIDE’S SUNKEN OIL TOWER

    17 May 2023

    Exmouth, May 2023: Greenpeace Australia Pacific has released never-before-seen footage of a discarded oil tower owned by Woodside, which has been allowed to sink to the ocean floor off the coast of Onslow, Western Australia, posing a hazard.

  • Greenpeace: we like big climate budgets and we cannot lie

    11 May 2023

    Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed the Western Australian Government’s Budget investment in coal transition, renewable energy and transmission upgrades, but warned the Government must not let the gas industry undermine progress.

  • Don’t let gas undermine climate and cost of living progress

    9 May 2023

    Tuesday 9 May, 2023 - In response to the Federal Budget, Greenpeace Australia Pacific welcomed the Government’s investment in renewable energy and household electrification, but noted the Government must not let the gas industry undermine progress.