As Labor lays itself bare over coal, the industry itself is dying before our eyes and the biggest companies want out before they're left with the bill.
Renewable energy is on track to become the largest source of power worldwide in just a couple of years. So says the long-term sceptic of renewables, the International Energy Agency.
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.
Good morning, early birds. Melbourne reels from Australia’s most deadly day of the pandemic and battles a number of crises across aged care facilities, while in comparatively good news NSW recorded just 14 cases yesterday. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues to change the fundamentals of our society, businesses and governments are already grappling with the issues of a post-pandemic world.
Submarines are going up, and now even mining is embracing renewables? Here are the stories you may have missed.
From a video game for the virus-crazy, to Queensland's push against conversion therapy, it's the stories you might've missed this week.
The government should tell us how Australian resources and innovation can make us world leaders in clean energy.
We have sunshine falling on vast areas of land that are too hot and dry to be productive in other ways, and we have the scientists and engineers to develop and apply the best available technology.