SYDNEY, May 13, 2020 - A new Greenpeace investigation has revealed that as Australia burned during the Black Summer bushfires, News Corp’s reporting drove a viral misinformation campaign to protect the fossil fuel industry, while over 100 million tonnes of new coal extraction was approved by Federal and State governments.
SYDNEY, May 6 2020 - The Queensland Government’s decision to sacrifice thousands of square kilometres of land to mining and gift millions of taxpayer dollars to climate-wrecking coal and gas miners, is at odds with the best economic advice, urging Australia to strive for a clean energy-led recovery.
SYDNEY, May 6 2020 - Federal Resource Minister Keith Pitt’s rebuke of banks for ending their coal investments is out of touch with business, energy experts and the world-renowned economists who have urged Australian governments to plan for a renewables-led recovery.
SYDNEY, 17 April 2020 - Oil companies would be allowed to hold on to oil drilling rights that they would normally lose, according to an announcement made today by Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt.
SYDNEY, April 14, 2020 - Renowned Sydney music and fashion photographer Cybele Malinowski has turned her lens to the frontlines of climate crisis on the NSW South Coast in a moving video released today in collaboration with Greenpeace.
SYDNEY, April 7, 2020 - Coal-fired climate change has caused the Great Barrier Reef to bleach for the third time in five years, with the latest attack devastating already struggling corals from far North Queensland to the southern Reef.
SYDNEY, April 7, 2020 - Alarming new data confirming that the Vales Point Power Station has reported an almost three-fold increase in PM 2.5 pollution represents a significant risk to the respiratory health of Central Coast communities and the entire Greater Sydney region.
SYDNEY, April 6, 2020 - As the world scrambles to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, Tropical Cyclone Harold has struck Vanuatu, with the devastation providing an unwelcome reminder that climate change remains the biggest threat facing the Pacific.
SYDNEY, Saturday 4 April 2020 - The Federal Government has walked away from its responsibility to protect nationally listed threatened species like the koala, in a new bilateral agreement between the Commonwealth and the State of NSW today.