Greenpeace recognises the measures outlined by NSW Environment Minister Matt Kean to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 35 percent by 2030 as a step in the right direction, although far steeper cuts are needed in the wake of the recent bushfire crisis.
SYDNEY, 28 February 2020 - In response to talking points circulated regarding the Federal Government’s Technology Roadmap released this morning, Dr Nikola Casule, Head of Research and Investigations at Greenpeace Australia Pacific said:
SYDNEY, Feb 24 2020 - A swathe of Australian actors, musicians, athletes and bushfire survivors are urging the prime minister to sever ties with the coal industry and embrace clean energy to ease the climate crisis and prevent a repeat of this summer’s unprecedented bushfires.
SYDNEY, Feb 21 2020 - The Morrison Government’s climate policy void has again been called out as Labor announced a policy of net-zero emissions by 2050. However, immediate and sharp emissions reduction are required to prevent a repeat of this summer’s unprecedented bushfires.
SYDNEY, February 10 2020 - A leaked report has revealed NSW’s oldest and least reliable coal-burning power station, built almost a half-century ago, will cost hundreds of millions of dollars in public money to keep open, and will threaten grid reliability in the process.
SYDNEY, Feb 4 2020 - Greenpeace supporters gathered at the Frankfurt headquarters of global investment firm BlackRock overnight, calling on the company to stop financing climate change through its coal investments.