A report published today finding that iconic Australian ecosystems are in danger of collapse should serve as the starkest warning that we must address the climate crisis, said Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter.
New government data released today has revealed that energy giant AGL is Australia’s biggest domestic contributor to climate change, emitting a whopping 42.2 million tonnes of carbon emissions in the year 2019-2020.
MELBOURNE, Feb 17, 2021 - The Australian Federal Government has taken an important step towards global ocean protection by joining almost 40 other countries in the Global Oceans Alliance, which calls for 30% of the ocean to be protected by 2030.
SYDNEY, Feb 12 2021 - Environment Minister Sussan Ley’s proposed Interim National Environmental Standards to replace Australia’s current environmental laws ignore the advice of the independent review and would serve to weaken already inadequate environment protections.
SYDNEY, Feb 5 2021 - Greenpeace welcomes the New South Wales Independent Planning Commission’s (IPC) decision to reject South32’s bid to expand its Dendrobium coal mine into the Avon and Cordeaux reservoirs.