Good morning, early birds. A new report finds that the global lockdown has done nothing to stop concentrations of greenhouse gasses in the atmosphere hitting a record high, and China's foreign ministry has accused Australia of "blatant irrational behaviour" after an ASIO-AFP foreign interference investigation. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
South Australian MPs get their travel expenses sorted out, Adani is doing just fine, thanks, and did you want an ecological catastrophe to freak out about?
Good morning, early birds. The NSW government will commit to lowering greenhouse gas emissions by 35% by 2030, and press freedom is on the agenda in the Federal Court. It’s the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
IT entrepreneur and outspoken climate change commentator Mike Cannon-Brookes claims this is the case – is he right?
With so much emissions reduction talk focused on renewables, are we overlooking other areas for improvement?
The Department of Environment and Energy quietly released a concerning report while everyone was preoccupied with AFL and NRL. This marks Australia’s 15th quarter of consecutive increased annual emissions.
The problem was there 25 years ago, but Australia still lags behind the rest of the world in the struggle against climate change.
As the biggest financier of fossil fuels in Australia, ANZ can't afford to conceal its role in GHG emissions from shareholders.
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.
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.