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Where to start?: Boards struggle with climate change risks, fail to act

Where to start?: Boards struggle with climate change risks, fail to act

Many Australian boards are struggling to prepare their companies or organisations for climate change, with almost half the country’s directors saying they don’t know how to tackle the issue.

  • by Patrick Hatch

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IVF coral spawns for first time, paving way for Great Barrier Reef repair

IVF coral spawns for first time, paving way for Great Barrier Reef repair

Replanted corals at Queensland’s Heron Island grown from spawn collected in 2016 and planted on damaged corals have spawned - proving a trial to repair damaged coral could work on the Great Barrier Reef.

  • by Tony Moore
Nerves aplenty over climate policy powderkeg
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Nerves aplenty over climate policy powderkeg

Labor MPs know the party’s new climate target will bring them under attack from both sides for doing too little or too much.

  • by David Crowe
Labor launches election fight over climate change and household costs

Labor launches election fight over climate change and household costs

Anthony Albanese is promising to cut electricity prices by 18 per cent within three years along with a pledge to reduce emissions by 43 per cent by 2030.

  • by David Crowe
ALP’s climate plan is weak but better than the Coalition
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ALP’s climate plan is weak but better than the Coalition

Anthony Albanese has opted for an economically safe plan that should appeal to the middle ground.

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Labor sets 43 per cent emissions reduction target for 2030

Labor sets 43 per cent emissions reduction target for 2030

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has set a new target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 43 per cent by 2030 if he wins power at the next election.

  • by David Crowe
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Labor to target inner-city Greens voters with community battery rollout

Labor to target inner-city Greens voters with community battery rollout

Labor leader Anthony Albanese’s cabinet will meet on Friday to decide its climate policy ahead of the next federal election.

  • by Rob Harris
Victoria’s once-common plants and animals in serious decline

Victoria’s once-common plants and animals in serious decline

Climate change and land clearing are placing the state’s native plants and animals under significant pressure, an inquiry has found.

  • by Miki Perkins
Coal use to peak in 2026 as renewables surge past forecasts

Coal use to peak in 2026 as renewables surge past forecasts

A new international report reveals an optimistic forecast for clean energy, but it poses a fresh challenge to a Labor party that is yet to reveal its climate policy.

  • by Mike Foley
Nation’s first commercial green hydrogen station set for Melbourne

Nation’s first commercial green hydrogen station set for Melbourne

The $10 million refuelling station in Truganina will be powered by 100 per cent renewable sources of energy, says Hydrogen Fuels Australia, and it will be the first in a network powering vehicles all the way to Sydney.

  • by Miki Perkins
Australian birds feel heat from climate but conservation offers hope

Australian birds feel heat from climate but conservation offers hope

A concerning number of Australia’s birds are also closer to extinction than they were 10 years ago, as climate change, the destruction of habitat and feral predators take a toll.

  • by Miki Perkins