SYDNEY, 13 Sept 2019 - Greenpeace activists have deployed a 30-metre ‘climate emergency’ banner at the site of the iconic former Binna Burra Lodge, as Prime Minister Scott Morrison arrived to survey the damage caused by bushfires this week.
SYDNEY, 11 Sept 2019. Former Liberal Party leader John Hewson will join members of the Federal crossbench and call on the Australian Parliament to declare a climate emergency, in a motion to be released today.
SYDNEY, Aug 21, 2019 - Greenpeace welcomes the decision by marine geophysics company PGS to suspend seismic blasting in the whale sanctuary of the Great Australian Bight but warns the only way to ensure the long term health of the region is for every drilling licence in the Bight to be cancelled.
SYDNEY, Aug 21, 2019 - Ten years ago today the Montara well blowout caused more than 23 million litres of oil to poison the waters of the Timor Sea, and yet the hands-off inspection regime that led to the disaster remains in place as Norwegian oil giant Equinor plans to drill in the Great Australian Bight.
SYDNEY, 19 Aug 2019 - Some of the world's biggest hotspots for toxic air pollution emissions are in Australia and cover a population of more than two million people, according to NASA satellite data in a new report released today by Greenpeace.
SYDNEY, Aug 16, 2019 - The Morrison Government has single-handedly bullied regional leaders into accepting a weakened Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) communique that removes all mentions of coal, and reportedly removes calls for urgent climate action, after 12 hours of debate that finished last night.
SYDNEY, Aug 14, 2019 - Australia is poised to become “the pariah of the Pacific” after Australian officials told regional leaders that the Morrison Government would not sign onto any joint declaration that mentioned phasing out coal.
SYDNEY, 13 Aug 2019 - Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced $500 million will be diverted from the Pacific aid budget to help nations invest in disaster resilience, after regional leaders called on Australia to “do everything possible to achieve a rapid transition from coal to energy sources that do not contribute to climate change”.