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

01 October 18

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

Latest data shows Australia’s climate pollution is still rising - and there is no national plan to turn it around

28 September 18

We have the community support, technology and knowledge to get on top of our pollution problem, but not the political will.

Australia must match words with action after recognising climate threat to Pacific

06 September 18

States again show clean energy leadership with new Queensland renewables investment

30 August 18

Queensland communities from the south-east to the far north are already reaping benefits from embracing clean energy

Morrison Government must refocus on cutting climate pollution after ministry appointments

27 August 18

Australia is baking and burning – new Prime Minister Scott Morrison must back Paris deal and climate action

24 August 18

A responsible government would uphold its international commitments and act to cut the harmful climate pollution from burning coal and razing forests.

Prime Minister abandons action on climate change

20 August 18

Parking pollution targets for the National Energy Guarantee is another low in Australian climate policy and has brought to light the unrepresentative influence of climate sceptics in our public life.

Victorian solar homes plan highlights missing climate leadership in Canberra

19 August 18

The Victorian solar homes plan will be good for our climate, good for clean energy, and good for household power bills.

Designing the ‘plus’ in ‘NEG-plus’ to support clean projects

14 August 18

The ACCC recommendation must not be used as a Trojan horse to satisfy the ideological excesses of climate deniers in the Coalition who are obsessed with building a new polluting coal plant

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Recommendation 4 of the ACCC inquiry in retail electricity pricing

14 August 18

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.