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Can hydrogen live up to its pollution-free promise? And where and when will it find its niche in the global energy mi?
Going electric and banning new petrol-powered cars could be Australia’s next big light bulb moment »
In 2007 Malcolm Turnbull turned off an industry’s life support without blinking. The industry made light bulbs, of the traditional kind; so energy-inefficient...
Career opportunity: Recruiting business development / project management / knowledge exchange specialist »
Apply your skills in business development, knowledge exchange, stakeholder engagement and project management across multiple dimensions of climate change
Have reporters’ cliches got in the way of understanding how Pacific islanders are dealing with climate change?
What role does the Asia-Pacific play in Russian energy strategy? The answer is of consequence to Australian security, and yet Russian energy interests in the...
This note builds on previous work looking at the seasonality issues of high (> 90% share of total electricity energy produced) wind and solar penetration...
Pandemic put handbrake on transport emissions and slowed economic activity, while an uptake in renewables also helped drive down levels
Opinion surveys across the big emitters reveal the social complexity surrounding climate policy commitments.
The voters in Upper Hunter may have elected a pro-coal candidate nine days ago, but it remains to be seen whether the result is a victory for coal jobs.
Households are being urged to curb their carbon emissions — but it's businesses and governments that can make the biggest difference »
The Dudney family of Perth are among a small but growing section of the Australian community taking climate change into their own hands.
Native alpine plants in Kosciuszko National Park are not keeping pace with rapid changes in the environment, according to a study by a PhD research scholar at...
‘Conditional commitments’: the diplomatic strategy that could make Australia do its fair share on climate change »
The International Energy Agency’s recent, landmark report put another glaring spotlight on Australia’s failure to act on climate change. On the same night the...