Greenpeace Australia Pacific congratulates the Federal Government for reining in price gouging by the gas industry, after its energy policy including domestic gas price caps was passed by Parliament today.
PERTH, 14 December 2022 - Woodside’s extraordinary interjection into the national debate on capping soaring gas prices is an insult to Australians struggling with energy bills, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, 13 December 2022 - Australia needs to introduce world-class fuel efficiency standards commencing in 2024 if it is to have any chance of meeting its target of net-zero emissions by 2050, a new report finds.
9 December 2022- A price cap on gas and short-term rebates for household energy bills will help blunt some of the rampant price gouging by gas corporations, but a swift transition to renewables is the true solution to Australia’s energy crisis, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Thursday 8 December 2022- The major national environmental law reforms announced today by Federal Minister for the Environment Tanya Plibersek bring much needed hope to arresting Australia’s alarming environmental decline, but the detailed policy and implementation must be strong, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
PERTH, Friday 2 December 2022 - Western Australia’s gas producers like Woodside are on notice following today’s dismissal by the full Federal Court of gas giant Santos’ appeal against Traditional Owners from the Tiwi Islands, Greenpeace Australia Pacific says.
SYDNEY, 1 December 2022 - Australia needs to do more, move faster, and rule out new fossil fuel projects, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific, as the nation’s new annual emissions projection reveals climate pollution is being driven by transport and toxic gas.
SYDNEY, 1 December 2022 - Today’s release of the question to be voted on at the UN General Assembly as part of the bid for an International Court of Justice (ICJ) advisory opinion on climate change and human rights represents strides forward for climate justice that all nations must now get behind, a group of youth activists and civil society organisations said.
Gas company Woodside’s plan for seismic blasting close to a whale migration “superhighway” off the coast of North Western Australia poses an unacceptable risk to endangered whale species and could threaten local tourism, according to a new report from Greenpeace Australia Pacific.