Governments must ramp up their responses to controversial water reforms to tackle climate change, lack of indigenous water rights and murky water markets.
Robert Hill, who negotiated for Australia on the Kyoto Protocol, says Australia needs climate targets as we don’t have time for aspirational goals.
As investors become increasingly attuned to the financial risks of climate change inaction, big polluters are keen to put their carbon credentials up in lights.
Australia’s clean technology investment agency is taking a punt on an ambitious venture to tackle climate change by capturing carbon in farmers’ soils.
Scientists warn the federal government’s key environment laws are failing to protect wildlife and ecosystems from climate change.
The livestock industry is calling for policy changes which could slash the official count of the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions.
The Morrison government is considering legislative changes to allow its clean energy agencies to fund carbon capture and storage from fossil fuel projects in a bid to unlock $2 billion of private investment to reduce greenhouse gases.