SYDNEY, Aug 18 2022 - Overnight Greenpeace activists in Dusseldorf protested against German energy giant Uniper’s plans to buy gas from Woodside Energy’s controversial Scarborough project in Western Australia.
BRISBANE, Jan 14 2022 - As the remote West Australian town of Onslow registers 50.7C (123.3F) - the hottest temperature recorded in Australia this century - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has warned against ignoring the significance of these concerning figures.
SYDNEY, Dec 21 2021 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has slammed the Morrison Government’s decision to release a report on the status of the Great Barrier Reef just days before Christmas when many Australians are distracted by the festive season and surging covid cases.
SYDNEY, Dec 10 2021: Big energy companies and governments must urgently plan for the early closure of Australia’s coal-burning power stations under the Australian Energy Market Operator’s (AEMO) draft Integrated System Plan (ISP) released today , says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Oct 26 2021 - Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s pledge that net zero emissions will not lead to a decrease in the use or trade of coal and gas reveals that his government has no plans to change its role as a key blocker of global climate progress, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said.
Coles has stepped up its climate momentum with a series of energy deals to propel the supermarket giant, one of the country’s biggest energy users, to hit its target to be powered by 100% renewable electricity by 2025.
SYDNEY, Sept 22 2021 - Thousands of shareholders in Australian electricity giant, AGL, have expressed their support for a resolution calling on the company to disclose interim emissions targets towards the Paris climate goals for both of its planned demerged companies.
SYDNEY, Aug 26 2021 - A Federal Government plan to use public funds to pay coal power stations to keep operating regardless of whether they produce electricity shows that the Morrison Government’s priority for support is coal companies, rather than people, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.