Bad news for coal fans, Clive Palmer's mounting court challenges, and Venice introduces a 'no fatties' rule. Catch up with the news you may have missed this week with Andrew P Street.
There's no other way to get the climate system under control.
A grateful nation is farewelling its great leader Scott Morrison, who over three decades in power transformed Australia into a carbon powerhouse and ended the threat of economic terrorism.
Enough time has been wasted. The transition to a zero-carbon energy system is not simple, but what we need to do is very clear.
The Morrison government is promising to consider spending billions to build something that will kill large numbers of people in the communities around it.
Good morning, early birds. The Coalition will parachute former Labor national president Warren Mundine in as the Liberal candidate for the marginal seat of Gilmore, and Alinta Energy is the latest company to bid for massive government-supported coal projects. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Malcolm Turnbull says he has lots of solar panels. But the Coalition's hatred of renewable energy isn't so much about personal views as about the cash.
The claim that coal is crucial to rescuing hundreds of millions of people in developing countries from poverty is now a key argument of the coal industry. It's a lie.
The rise of cleaner energy sources adds a structural element to the ongoing downturn in demand for coal.