Exmouth, May 2023: Greenpeace Australia Pacific has released never-before-seen footage of a discarded oil tower owned by Woodside, which has been allowed to sink to the ocean floor off the coast of Onslow, Western Australia, posing a hazard.
Greenpeace Australia Pacific activists have climbed and documented a toxic, discarded oil tower owned by fossil fuel company Woodside Energy. The activists, who are calling on Woodside to stop polluting Western Australia’s oceans, dropped a banner reading: “Woodside, Don’t Be a Tosser.”
Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed the Western Australian Government’s Budget investment in coal transition, renewable energy and transmission upgrades, but warned the Government must not let the gas industry undermine progress.
THURSDAY 11 MAY 2023 - As major shareholders urge Toyota to improve its climate commitments, Greenpeace Australia Pacific today urged Toyota not to push for weak vehicle pollution targets in Australia.
Tuesday 9 May, 2023 - In response to the Federal Budget, Greenpeace Australia Pacific welcomed the Government’s investment in renewable energy and household electrification, but noted the Government must not let the gas industry undermine progress.
FREMANTLE, 22 April 2023 –More than a hundred people have joined a paddle-out at Fremantle’s South Beach in a display of community opposition to Woodside Energy’s gas expansion plans, calling for climate and ocean protection.
SYDNEY 19 April 2023 – Greenpeace Australia Pacific has welcomed the Federal Government’s commitment to establish a Fuel Efficiency Standard (FES) as part of its National Electric Vehicle Strategy, but says a robust, strong policy must follow.
SYDNEY, Monday 17 April 2023 - The final closure of AGL’s Liddell coal-burning power station, starting today and culminating on the 28th of April, is a win for the climate and a major tipping point for Australia’s transition to clean, renewable energy, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Thursday 30 March 2023 – Governments will now be forced to consider the human rights impacts of their climate policies and be compelled to take more ambitious action under existing international agreements, thanks to a Vanuatu-led resolution, co-sponsored by Australia, which passed overnight with unanimous support from members of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).