The prime minister's words promoting fossil fuels are loaded with meaning — they just don't mean what they say.
State governments have a history of rolling over to powerful developers' demands, often turning a blind eye to environmental concerns.
With decreased rainfall and increased fire risks, the time for band-aid solutions is over.
The G7's aid offering was never going to work in Brazil — a place where national pride and claims about lost sovereignty are political dynamite.
There are calls for Australia to commit to a future of hydrogen-based renewable energy. But like most energy solutions, the reality is not so simple.
We know that plane travel is terrible for the environment, but 'flight shame' probably won't bring us towards a real solution.
Every week Australians wheel their yellow recycling bins to the curb. But as more and more countries refuse to deal with our "contaminated" plastics, it's clear we need to rethink our approach.
There is a melancholy settling across the world, as the consequences of decades of climate inaction reverberate. What can be done to place the impending cataclysm back at the centre of everyday life?