Governments can keep the exit orderly Grattan Institute analysis shows it’s possible to achieve a vastly lower-emissions electricity system in less than two decades
Australian Financial Review Labor is striving to find a balance between keeping the left of the party onside and not exposing itself to a scare campaign.
PM has revealed the plan he'll take to COP26 in Glasgow later this week after coming under intense pressure at home and abroad to commit to net zero emissions by 2050
Scott Morrison will be relieved the Nationals have limped across the line on net zero by 2050
Like other rich nations, the UK is more talk than action on the climate crisis. Something needs to change in Glasgow, says climate activist Greta Thunberg
If the environment minister allows 100m tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere, she will be inflicting future harm. It’s as simple as that
Climate or COVID? Both will influence the election outcome
PM Scott Morrison made it clear his loyalty lies with his deputy, and not with international allies who are urging Australia to take greater action to cut emissions
The Industry portfolio has been split in two, with Melissa Price taking on science and technology and Angus Taylor taking on the industry aspect of the portfolio
As the Coalition went to war with itself over emissions targets, Quad leaders recommitted to goals that would require Australia to exit coal power by 2040.
Every Australian state and territory has committed to net zero by 2050, but the Morrison-led government won't make the same pledge.
Australia should not be a climate laggard at Glasgow.
Climate measures in a massive $3.5 trillion economic plan would transform the U.S. energy system.
The announcement provides needed momentum for global climate change negotiations in November, but coal power is expected to keep growing within China itself.
More than half of the Australians surveyed in the Resolve Political Monitor also want a stronger emissions reduction target for 2030.
Avoided deforestation’ projects do not represent genuine abatement, say researchers who liken the Coalition policy to ‘cheap tricks and hot air
Words that imply strong emission reduction policies
A slow transition away from carbon will be costlier than a fast one
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