SYDNEY, Dec 3 2020 - Australia’s inadequate climate policies could see the world heat by almost four degrees by 2100 but the worst can be avoided for parts of the Pacific if Australia and other major emitters adopt a net-zero emissions by 2040 target, according to a new report by Greenpeace.
SYDNEY, Nov 27 2020 - The cheapest and lowest emissions option to replace the Liddell coal-burning power station in the New South Wales Hunter Valley is clean energy backed up by storage, according to a new report by energy analytics firm RepuTex.
SYDNEY, Nov 20 2020 - In response to Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s address to the Business Council of Australia last night indicating that his government “hoped not to” use Kyoto carryover credits to meet Australia’s international climate obligations, Greenpeace Australia Pacific Chief Executive David Ritter said:
SYDNEY, Nov 11 2020: Woolworths, Australia’s largest supermarket chain and the country’s sixth largest electricity user, has made the latest move in the retail race to renewables, announcing that it will commit to source 100% of its electricity from new-build wind and solar by 2025.
SYDNEY, Nov 9 2020 - This morning Independent MP’s Zali Steggall tabled the Climate Change (National Framework for Adaptation and Mitigation) (Consequential and Transitional Provisions) Bill 2020 which targets net-zero emissions by 2050.
SYDNEY, Nov 9 2020 - Greenpeace welcomes the announcement of the New South Wales Government’s plan to help deliver regional jobs and more cheap and reliable renewable energy through the Electricity Infrastructure Roadmap.