30 November 18

Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory – pollution levels still going up

The Federal Government has released its quarterly update of the National Greenhouse Gas Inventory for the June 2018 quarter. It shows in the year to June 2018 Australia’s emissions increased by 0.6 per cent.

30 October 18

Out of control climate change in Cook: Hotter, drier and winter no more

Climate data modelling shows that by 2050 communities in the federal electoral division of Cook would be markedly hotter, on average 15 per cent drier and experience more periods of extreme heat because of high global emissions.

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10 October 18

Runaway climate change in Wentworth: New extreme summer seasons would become the norm

The Wentworth electorate would be markedly hotter, nine per cent drier and experience more periods of extreme heat under runaway high global emissions rates.

04 October 18

FAQ: The IPCC report on limiting global warming to 1.5oC

This briefing addresses some frequently asked questions about limiting warming to 1.5°C, and explains some of the key issues that will be covered by the IPCC’s latest report.

01 October 18

Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory – climate pollution still rising

In the year to March 2018 Australia’s emissions increased 1.3%.

16 August 18

Adani’s latest plan further weakens protections for our clean water

Adani’s latest plans represents a material weakening of protections for Queensland groundwater.

14 August 18

Recommendation 4 of the ACCC inquiry in retail electricity pricing

The key design elements needed for government underwriting of dispatchable energy to ensure it supports clean projects that support cheap wind and solar, not new dirty coal.

07 June 18

Federal implications of the NSW Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Bill 2018

The NSW bill will ensure damage from feral horses on the sensitive alpine environments of Kosciuszko National Park continue and increase, despite the numerous threatened species and rare ecosystems that call the park home.