Australia is making a "substantial global contribution" on greenhouse emissions, Angus Taylor declared today. He's correct — our emissions have surged again.
Allowing at least part of the rise in fuel excise indexation through would be sensible long-term politics from Labor.
If voters are largely unaware of how Australia's greenhouse gas emissions keep rising they are hardly likely to understand why they must start paying more for their own energy use
A government-funded report highlights the country’s relatively poor performance over the past two decades, writes Giles Parkinson.
Brands like FijiWater and McDonalds love to spout messages of sustainability, but is it true? Salon debunks their marketing and shows which "green" companies are actually quite oily.
While they pride themselves on their superior rational capacity, in truth the climate deniers are the least wise of the homo sapiens who’ve gathered in Copenhagen.
The US Environmental Protection Agency is now offering its 'Energy Star' rating program to churches, providing congregations with a kit to track and improve energy use and greenhouse emissions, and obtain an Energy Star label for their place of worship.
Australia should be pressing the international community towards the strongest feasible global mitigation outcome, says Professor Ross Garnaut.
Cheaper cars and India's greenhouse emissions ... the Newhouse resignation letter ... how many US voters are guided by God? ... cricket ... nuclear power ...
Norwegian finance minister Kristin Halvorsen has floated a proposal to Wayne Swan and fellow finance ministers in Bali that would direct a proportion of all revenue from permit auctions to climate change activities in developing countries, writes Murray Griffin from Bali.