Coles has stepped up its climate momentum with a series of energy deals to propel the supermarket giant, one of the country’s biggest energy users, to hit its target to be powered by 100% renewable electricity by 2025.
SYDNEY, Sept 22 2021 - Thousands of shareholders in Australian electricity giant, AGL, have expressed their support for a resolution calling on the company to disclose interim emissions targets towards the Paris climate goals for both of its planned demerged companies.
The majority of net zero commitments made by major Australian companies have been described as ‘corporate greenwash’, with new analysis from Greenpeace Australia Pacific finding that most of the highest-emitting companies in the ASX200 that have set net-zero targets either have no firm plans to end their use of coal to meet their target, or rely on the use of dubious carbon offsets.
SYDNEY, Sept 9 2021: The Australian Federal Government pressured the UK to drop references to commitments to Paris Agreement temperature limits in order to get a post-Brexit trade deal over the line, in a leaked email obtained by Greenpeace.
SYDNEY, Sept 2 2021 - When the World Heritage Committee recommended the Great Barrier Reef be declared “in danger” due to climate change, the Morrison Government did nothing to safeguard the ecosystem and instead pressured an independent agency to rush a key scientific report and leak selected findings to help its lobbying efforts, documents obtained by the ABC under Freedom of Information reveal. 
SYDNEY, Aug 31 2021 - Australia’s national electricity grid operator (AEMO) says that renewable energy backed by storage can provide a stable electricity supply over the next five years as ageing, unreliable coal-burning power stations close, putting AGL and other coal-burning behemoths on notice, says AGL board candidate Ashjayeen Sharif.
SYDNEY, 31 Aug 2021: The positive outlook for renewable energy Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) released today provides confidence for businesses looking to switch to 100% renewable electricity, according to Greenpeace Australia Pacific.
SYDNEY, Aug 26 2021 - A Federal Government plan to use public funds to pay coal power stations to keep operating regardless of whether they produce electricity shows that the Morrison Government’s priority for support is coal companies, rather than people, says Greenpeace Australia Pacific.