November 5, 2018: A more than two year legal battle by Greenpeace Australia Pacific has revealed oil company documents demonstrating that a Great Australian Bight oil spill could be double the size of the Deepwater Horizon disaster and that safety equipment would be unusable more than a third of the year.
SYDNEY, 29 October, 2018 - Groundbreaking analysis of new satellite data reveals the world’s largest NO2 air pollution hotspots across six continents in the most detail to date, and points the finger at coal and transport as the two principle sources of emissions.
October 9, 2018: More than half of Australia’s coal fired power generation must be phased out in favour of renewable energy by 2025, with the remainder to close by 2030 if we are to limit the catastrophic impacts of climate change, as global report has found.
September 24, 2018: Greenpeace Australia Pacific congratulates the people of the Marshall Islands and their President, Dr Hilda Heine, on continuing to demonstrate moral leadership on the greatest challenge of our time - climate change.
SYDNEY, Sept 11, 2018 - The Andrews’ Government support of renewables will lead to the creation of four new wind farms and two solar installations across the state, creating jobs in construction and maintenance while reducing emissions and power prices.
September, 10, 2018: Greenpeace Australia Pacific climbers have taken to the flagpoles outside Parliament House to send a message to new Prime Minister Scott Morrison as he returns for the first day in parliament since taking over as leader of the country.
September 6, 2018: Foreign Minister, Marise Payne’s, signing onto the Boe Declaration at the Pacific Island forum in Nauru is a welcome step but Australia must now back this gesture with deeds by introducing policies that rapidly reduce emissions.