In the international Climate Change Performance index, Australia ranked fifth-last out of 58 countries. So where to from here, and where does climate sit with the incoming President Trump?
LAST weekend a diverse group of South Australians made a decision that will resonate for many thousands of years. This decision was clear, considered and welcome. And now it needs to be respected.
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Hazelwood’s closure is yet another wake-up call that Australia needs a national energy transition plan.
A project where government and traditional owners work together to protect precious natural resources should be a model for future agreements, writes Andrew Picone.
Why don't we have both? asks ACF CEO Kelly O'Shanassy and ACTU President Ged Kearney
While savaging state governments for strong growth in renewables, the Australian Government has drawn the attention of other countries for its failure to reduce carbon emissions.
Today’s COAG meeting of energy Ministers should work towards a coordinated national plan to transform Australia’s energy system.
The storms show the vulnerability of Australian cities to climate change, not the failures of renewable energy