MELBOURNE, Jan 27 2019 - Spectators at the Australian Open have displayed banners calling out Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s failure to reduce the carbon pollution that has exacerbated the bushfire crisis and disrupted play at the Open.
In response to the latest report released by the UK Met Office, showing Australia's huge bushfires are forecast to help drive global atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide to one of the fastest annual increases on record, Dr Nikola Casule, Head of Research & Investigations at Greenpeace Australia Pacific said:
Sydney, Jan 23 2020 - A group of people have gathered outside the Sydney office of the Prime Minister of Australia to deliver a petition bearing the names of more than 83,000 people urging the PM to stop fuelling the bushfires by supporting coal.
SYDNEY, Jan 14 2019 – With bushfires raging across Australia, Dutch insurance giant Aegon has added Adani and eight other Australian coal companies to its exclusion list as it continues to divest from the dirty power industry.
SYDNEY, Jan 10 2019 - Among the familiar voices at 2GB, Scott Morrison has let slip what he truly thinks about the link between climate change and the bushfires, saying that “conflation” of the issues was “disappointing”. 
SYDNEY, Jan 9, 2019 - The Bureau of Meteorology’s announcement that 2019 was the hottest and driest year on record provides further evidence that climate change has turbocharged the bushfires devastating large parts of Australia.
SYDNEY, Jan 8 2019 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific endorses our brave firefighters’ call for a Royal Commission into this summer’s deadly bushfires but warns that any credible examination of the tragedy must analyse the role of climate change.