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Adam Bandt says sector could reach as little as 28% of the energy mix compared with 35% under business-as-usual
Guardian Essential poll finds 65% support for doomed target recommended by the chief scientist Alan Finkel
Coal, oil and gas finance from major development banks totalled $5bn in year after historic climate pact, according to estimates
Josh Frydenberg brings up former PM’s own record in response to Liberal colleague’s provocative speech to a group of climate-change sceptics
Energy From The Daily Caller Environmental activists have called China as the world’s de facto “leader” on fighting global warming, but energy experts don’t think the communist nation will actually do much to reduce...
Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega has announced plans to sign the Paris Accord, leaving President Trump alone with Syria's Bashar al-Assad as the two remaining national heads refusing to support the international agreement...
Former PM says he wants to see market-driven energy prices which would mean coal wouldn’t need any subsidies because it’s cheap
Deputy PM tells Coalition party room AGL’s refusal to sell Liddell power station is about market behaviour but declines to repeat allegation on Sky News
Exclusive: Draft implementation plan lacks electricity emissions trajectory, Paris agreement alignment and low-income subsidies
Study predicts power consumption to rise with hotter temperatures, increasing need for renewable sources, while northern Europe’s demand may fall
Yesterday was Earth Overshoot Day. But unlike Earth Day, this is no occasion to celebrate given that, as of August 2, 2017, humans have officially used more natural resources than the Earth can replenish in one year. From...
Australian Council of Social Service and Brotherhood of St Laurence warn of two-tiered energy system that favours the rich
When President Trump announced plans to exit the Paris Climate Agreement, the decision drew criticism from US states and nations around the world. Now, it seems the president may be having second thoughts - according to French...
Doubts about the science are being replaced by doubts about the motives of scientists and their political supporters. Once this kind of cynicism takes hold, is there any hope for the truth? By David Runciman
As Trump reneges on climate change commitments, progressive businesses are implementing the measures themselves
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