SYDNEY, Dec 19, 2018 - NSW Energy Minister Don Harwin’s rebuke of the Morrison Government’s capitulation on reducing emissions is welcome but ultimately meaningless, coming from a state with no renewable energy target and no policy to achieve its net zero emissions target.
Sydney, Australia, 13 December 2018 - Never-before-seen images from Australia's Great Southern Reef reveal the range of species that would be at risk if oil drilling were permitted in the Australian Bight - an area with more unique biodiversity than the Great Barrier Reef.
December 12, 2018: Norwegian oil giant Equinor’s request this month for an extension on its Great Australian Bight drilling plans - the second this year - proves the immense difficulties faced by oil companies seeking to operate in this extreme environment.
Victorians have sent a message to climate laggards across the nation by rejecting the Coalition’s plan to repeal the state’s Renewable Energy Target (VRET) and rewarding Labor’s vision to ramp up the renewables revolution.
MELBOURNE, Nov 24, 2018 - Victorians have given renewable energy a big tick of approval by voting to keep Labor in government for four more years, with a mandate to expand and increase investment in solar, wind and battery storage.
November 23, 2018: A student-led flotilla including kayaks, sailboats, paddle boards, and surfboards will set sail in Apollo Bay Harbour today to send a message to oil companies that they are not welcome to drill in the Great Australian Bight.
MAJURO, Nov 23, 2018 - The developing nations most at risk due to climate change have urged the leaders of the world’s biggest polluting countries to step up their ambition to match the scale of the climate crisis.
SYDNEY, Nov 22, 2018 - The Labor Party’s energy policies do not match the urgency of the climate crisis and must be dramatically ramped up to protect the environment and Australians already suffering the effects of fossil fuels and climate change.
Port Vila, Vanuatu, 22 November 2018 - Vanuatu is considering suing fossil fuel companies that continue to contribute to climate change, the nation’s foreign minister has warned, in what could be a world first legal action by a climate vulnerable country