SYDNEY, May 2, 2018 - French President Emmanuel Macron’s indictment of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s failure to act on climate change should be a powerful motivator for Australia to get its act together.
SUVA, May 1, 2018 - Defence Industries Minister Christopher Pyne’s assertion on ABC Radio National’s Breakfast program that Australia looks after the South Pacific region at the behest of the US is an insult that conveniently ignores Australia’s role in exacerbating climate change that puts island states in catastrophic danger.
Amapá state, Brazil, 24 April 2018 - A scientific expedition carried out by the Greenpeace ship Esperanza captured new images of the northern sector of the Amazon Reef, 135km off the coast of Oiapoque in Amapá, and at a depth of 90m.
Greenpeace’s petition calling for the creation of an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary has just surpassed one-and-a-half million signatures. With the help of a bevy of celebrities, Greenpeace’s campaign to create the largest protected area on Earth is gaining momentum.
SYDNEY, April 17, 2018 - The government’s decision to open the Northern Territory to the environmental devastation of fracking is short-sighted and will lead to the contamination of water, increased carbon emissions and a myriad of health problems for the people of the NT.
April 12, 2018: New Zealand’s move towards a permanent ban on oil exploration puts Australia to shame and exposes the influence of the fossil fuel industry on our politics - threatening our coastlines and climate.
SYDNEY, April 10, 2018 - The government must redraft its foreign donations ban legislation to avoid crippling charities and silencing Australian communities, after a cross-party parliamentary committee failed to back the bill.
SYDNEY, April 6, 2018 - An oil spill at Statoil’s proposed offshore drilling site in the Great Australian Bight could spread 40 million litres of sludge along a 750km stretch of coastline, anywhere from Western Australia to Tasmania and NSW, according to documents BP reportedly attempted to suppress.