Paddy Manning January 5, 2015 32 Comments
The problem was there 25 years ago, but Australia still lags behind the rest of the world in the struggle against climate change.
Stephen Mayne December 12, 2014 3 Comments
As the biggest financier of fossil fuels in Australia, ANZ can't afford to conceal its role in GHG emissions from shareholders.
Cathy Alexander February 27, 2014 19 Comments
The government's Climate Change Authority has today released a major report which says Australia should do much more on climate change -- a 19% cut in emissions by 2020. But Tony Abbott is unlikely to listen.
Tristan Edis June 19, 2013 3 Comments
Environmentalists cheered when China announced it would finally put a price on carbon. But as usual, the price is far too low to have any meaningful impact on the country's vast emissions.
Crikey May 20, 2013 2 Comments
Europe's low carbon price hit Australia's budget last week in a big way. Erwin Jackson from the Climate Institute explains why, and looks at what might happen next.
Richard Farmer May 9, 2013
Academics at MIT are trying to make steel without greenhouse gas emissions. The Prime Minister is back to cuddling babies. And we've found Atlantis!
Crikey April 19, 2013 4 Comments
Crikey readers weigh in on the link between Australia's carbon emissions and our immigration policy.
Cathy Alexander April 18, 2013 68 Comments
Recent data shows that without Australia's population boom, we'd probably have greenhouse gas emissions under control. So why is no one talking about whether an Australia of 62 million is environmentally sustainable?
Tristan Edis March 20, 2013 2 Comments
Anthea Harris has arguably been more involved in pricing carbon pollution than anyone else in Australia. How does the Climate Change Authority chief and veteran carbon adviser get things done in this fraught, controversial field? A background in consulting helped.
Cathy Alexander March 12, 2013 6 Comments
Maybe money does grow on trees. Businessman Andrew Grant is making plenty from forests to reduce CO2, but he's not a typical greenie. He thinks Australia has stuffed up decarbonisation -- and business has to fix it.