Sydney, 28 February 2022: The latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change paints a grim and frightening picture of the serious climate impacts that face Australia and the Pacific, which Greenpeace Australia Pacific says must spur much deeper, faster emissions reduction.
SYDNEY, Feb 24 2022 - The appointment of an ex-Telstra CEO and a top civil servant to the leadership of the Great Barrier Reef Foundation will do nothing to safeguard the future of the Reef unless the pair can convince their former colleagues in industry and government to rapidly reduce emissions, Greenpeace Australia Pacific says.
10 February 2022: Energy giant AGL has failed regional communities with today’s tardy coal closure announcement and must accelerate its transition to become a renewable energy provider to ensure certainty for workers and investors, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
AGL, Australia’s biggest climate polluter, has made what Greenpeace Australia Pacific describes as a “token effort” in announcing it will delay the closure of its notorious Loy Yang A coal-burning power station to 2045 and Bayswater power station to 2033, far beyond the coal closure timeline needed to ensure a safer climate.
SYDNEY, Feb 8 2022 - The latest Green Electricity Guide, from Greenpeace Australia Pacific, has revealed the greenest electricity providers in Australia, with Enova Energy and Diamond Energy coming out on top and AGL, Australia’s biggest electricity provider, having its shocking climate record exposed at the bottom of the rankings.
SYDNEY, Feb 3 2022 - Australia’s update to the World Heritage Committee on its efforts to protect the Great Barrier Reef is the height of hypocrisy, Greenpeace said, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison asking the global community to fight harder against climate change while refusing to accelerate climate action and supporting the expansion of the coal and gas industry.
SYDNEY, Feb 2 2022 - A new study warning that almost all coral reefs, including the Great Barrier Reef, will suffer regular heat stress even if global heating is capped at 1.5 degrees Celsius provides further proof of the urgent need for the Morrison Government to rapidly reduce emissions by replacing fossil fuels with renewable energy. 
SYDNEY, Jan 28 2021: New data from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) revealing surging renewable energy shows that Australia’s coal-burning energy companies, including Australia’s biggest climate polluter AGL, must accelerate closures of coal-fired power stations says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Jan 28 2022 - The Morrison Government’s pledge to spend an additional $1 billion over a decade on Great Barrier Reef conservation projects shows that it is willing to do almost anything to protect the Reef, except reduce the fossil fuel emissions that cause climate change, Greenpeace Australia Pacific said.
Jan 19 2022 - Woodside’s scramble to sell 49 per cent stake in the Pluto LNG Train 2 processing facility to Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is a grossly untenable investment as the energy provider struggles to secure further customer offtake for the project, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.