Australia is barely mentioned in IEA’s 2020 World Energy Outlook, and only to note the exposure of its coal and gas industry to the state of climate action around the world. The post The world is deciding on a post-covid energy pathway, and Angus Taylor isn’t ready for it appeared first on RenewEconomy.
To hit climate goals we need to accelerate deployment of mature technologies beyond the ‘natural’ rate of build. The technology roadmap doesn’t do that. The post Technology roadmap delays climate action by denying rapid deployment appeared first on RenewEconomy.
“Gas chose Itself”. Those who profess – like Scott Morrison – to be ‘technology neutral’ are scrambling for a way to dismiss the urgency of climate action. The post Scott Morrison’s three hundred year climate plan is a dark moment for Australia appeared first on RenewEconomy.
The main threat to climate action comes from people who say they’re trying to help, when really, they’re enriching themselves by harming us. The post Morrison thinks gas is the new coal, and it’s just as big a climate threat appeared first on RenewEconomy.
In my view, there was already bipartisanship on climate change, in that both parties were committed to not doing enough as slowly as possible. Labor needs to learn how to lead. The post Partisanship was never the problem. Labor needs to learn to lead appeared first on RenewEconomy.
Technology roadmap shows that Australia’s climate plan is to tread water for eternity, while its fossil fuel industries continue their work unabated and unregulated. The post The Australian government has officially given up on climate action appeared first on RenewEconomy.