The Federal Government’s plans to build a polluting, expensive gas plant are a waste of public funds, when all evidence shows that renewable energy backed by storage will provide cheaper, cleaner power, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, April 22 2021 - Following today's resignation of AGL CEO Brett Redman, who oversaw a loss-making expansion of the company's polluting coal fleet, Greenpeace Australia Pacific has urged AGL to follow the market and hasten its switch to renewable energy. 
Energy giant Stanwell’s announcement today that it will move away from coal sends a clear message to AGL, Australia’s biggest coal company, that the future is renewable, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, April 15 2021 - More than 10 environmental and humanitarian organisations including Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Oxfam Australia, the Pacific Climate Action Network, The Pacific Conference of Churches, and the Edmund Rice Centre have used a full-page newspaper ad and open letter to urge Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to commit to halving emissions, ahead of US President Joe Biden’s climate summit next week.
SYDNEY, March 30 2021 - AGL, Australia's largest and most polluting energy company, has announced it will demerge its coal assets in a bid to 'dodge responsibility' for managing the inevitable transition away from coal, according to Greenpeace Australia Pacific.