SYDNEY, 21 September 2022 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific is urging the Albanese government to heed calls from the independents and the Greens to exclude subsidies for petrol hybrid cars, and instead focus on accelerating the electric vehicle revolution.
SYDNEY, 19 September 2022: The Federal Government’s review of the Safeguard Mechanism, which regulates climate pollution from Australian corporations, must draw a line in the sand under the free pass to pollute that fossil fuel companies currently enjoy, urges Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
NEW YORK CITY, 17 September 2022 - Pacific activists and students, joined by New York climate activists and Indigenous representatives, held a climate justice flotilla on Saturday sailing past the UN HQ and the Statue of Liberty with banners calling on countries to vote yes to the Vanuatu-led bid for an International Court of Justice (ICJ) advisory opinion on climate change at the UN General Assembly (UNGA).
Greenpeace Australia Pacific has condemned the “unacceptable” climate and environmental impacts listed in Woodside’s final Environmental Impact Statement for its Browse gas field, saying that it confirms why this toxic offshore drilling project must not go ahead.
SYDNEY, 13 September 2022 - Reports that AGL, Australia’s biggest climate polluter, is on the verge of appointing former gambling executive Paula Dwyer as its new Chairman shows AGL believes that if it’s broken, don’t try and fix it, Greenpeace Australia Pacific says.
Greenpeace Australia Pacific welcomes the passage of the Albanese Government’s Climate Bill through the Senate as a first step that must be followed by urgent practical action to tackle the climate crisis.
SYDNEY, 31 August 2022: New Australian emissions data for the March quarter reveals climate pollution rose by 1.5 per cent, largely driven by transport which Greenpeace Australia Pacific says shows the need for a revved up commitment to fuel efficiency standards.
SYDNEY, Aug 30 2022: Gas company Woodside’s temporary profit high is underscored by mounting climate risk, as environmental and market pressure grows around the company’s controversial Burrup Hub gas project, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.