SYDNEY, Jan 12 2022 - Labor’s pledge to spend $200 million a year on disaster prevention is a step in the right direction, but Greenpeace Australia Pacific says we must focus on the rapid reduction of fossil fuels, which are the root cause of climate disasters. 
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.
NBN Co, Australia’s broadband provider, has committed to source 100% of its electricity from renewables by 2025, which Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed as a major leap towards decarbonising Australia’s energy-intensive telco sector.
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, 9 December 2021: Australia’s Big 4 banks are significantly exposed to climate risk, with weak climate lending policies and loopholes for fossil fuel lending that are at odds with their commitment to the Paris Agreement, according to new analysis from Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
Dec 8 2021: Record-breaking extreme temperatures and significantly increased fire danger across Western Australia, shortly after Woodside greenlit its Scarborough mega gas mine development, is exactly why fossil fuels must stay in the ground, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Dec 7 2021: Greenpeace Australia Pacific today launched a new tool to help Australians identify ways they can fight the climate crisis. Climate Solutions by Greenpeace combines practical, tailored advice and in-depth insights on the solutions available to help Australians drive the country’s shift to a cleaner, greener future.
The Federal Labor party has released its climate policy with a 2030 emissions reduction target of 43% by 2030, which Greenpeace Australia Pacific says is a missed opportunity to effectively tackle the climate crisis.
The latest quarterly Australian emissions data shows that climate pollution has dropped due to a decline of coal in the energy system as it is superseded by renewables, which Greenpeace Australia Pacific says shows the need for faster coal closure timelines.
The Federal Government’s announcement that it is pumping millions of dollars worth of taxpayer money into growing gas represents a major blow to the economy and the environment, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.