SYDNEY, July 22 2020 - The academic upon whose research the New South Wales Government recommended the Narrabri Gas Project proceed, has stated that her social impact advice has been misconstrued by the Department of Planning Industry and Environment.
SYDNEY, July 20 2020 - A review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act has found the legislation is ineffective and unless changed will continue to pose serious threats to the nation, an interim report has found.
SYDNEY, July 10 2020 - Greenpeace welcomes the NSW Government’s $79 million commitment to set up a renewable energy zone in New England, creating over 3,000 jobs and eventually providing enough power for more than 3 million homes.
SYDNEY, June 17 2020 - Greenpeace and five environmental and investor groups have lodged a complaint with the Prime Minister after the National Covid-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) falsely claimed to have consulted with them when no such discussions occurred.
SYDNEY, June 18 2020 - Greenpeace and five environmental and investor groups have lodged a complaint with the Prime Minister after the National Covid-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) falsely claimed to have consulted with them when no such discussions occurred.
SYDNEY, June 4 2020 - The Prime Minister’s handpicked National COVID-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) is a cabal of business associates operating almost without oversight and should be immediately abolished and replaced, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, May 26 2020 - Greenpeace Australia Pacific has condemned Energy Minister Angus Taylor’s decision to defy the calls of the international community and prioritise the interests of fossil fuel barons over Australian people.
SYDNEY, May 20 2020 - A plan by the Morrison Government and the fossil fuel industry-stacked Covid-19 Coordination Commission to destroy environmental protections and give tax cuts to gas producers will provoke more extreme weather events like bushfires and see more native wildlife sacrificed.
SYDNEY, May 18 2020 - Scott Marsh has turned his spray can to the murky influence network that has entrenched coal’s power over Australian politics, painting right wing commentators, mining moguls and the Australian PM enjoying an ivory tower party while the country burns below them.
SYDNEY, May 13, 2020 - A new Greenpeace investigation has revealed that as Australia burned during the Black Summer bushfires, News Corp’s reporting drove a viral misinformation campaign to protect the fossil fuel industry, while over 100 million tonnes of new coal extraction was approved by Federal and State governments.