Despite the impact of COVID-19, concern about climate change remains intense among Australians, who also overestimate the economic contribution of fossil fuels.
This year, for the first time, the International Energy Agency has indicated how the daily habits of the world’s population might help fight climate change.
Once viewed with mistrust by climate change activists Joe Biden’s radical plan could supercharge global efforts to embrace serious emissions reduction.
The UK Conservative Party’s unified and effective climate policy is an example to all centre-right governments, Gladys Berejiklian has told Theresa May.
A coalition of business, union, environmental and welfare groups believes that Australia is ill-prepared for climate change and needs a systematic national response
The former White House chief of staff recalls Tony Abbott as the “Donald Trump” of his era and describes how his climate change denial frustrated Barack Obama.
“Climate change is a killer, but we don’t acknowledge it on death certificates,” Arnagretta Hunter, from the ANU Medical School, writes in The Lancet Planetary Health today.
There are some positive signs in the government’s draft climate change plan, but it falls short of serious action.
As much of the world considers how it might rebuild green economies, the Australian government is turning to the people it knows well for advice.
The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund has dumped one Australian company and warned another over their records on climate change.