The Secretary-General of the United Nations marks Earth Day - Thursday - by penning this warning: time is running out to prevent the climate crisis from becoming a permanent global catastrophe.
- by Antonio Guterres
Australia is banking on international action to tackle climate change, announcing on Thursday a $566 million fund for collaborations on new technologies.
- by Mike Foley
Foreign governments and Australian industry are calling for bold policies from the Morrison government to drive down emissions and tackle climate change.
- by Nick O'Malley and Mike Foley
Australia will come under unprecedented pressure to join global efforts to stop global warming at US President Joe Biden’s Climate Leaders Summit.
- by Michele O'Neil
The Climate Council says Australia needs to triple its ambition to cut carbon emissions by 2030. Here’s why.
- by Lesley Hughes
Citizens, industry and communities in Australia need to pick up the slack from our politicians, who dropped the reins long ago. Here’s how.
- by Ketan Joshi
The 68-year-old neuroscientist, electrical engineer and entrepreneur discusses why he is striving for an “electric planet”, being comfortable with no afterlife, and how he feels about his ageing body.
- by Benjamin Law
Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions continued to decline at the end of 2020 as an acceleration of the decarbonisation of the electricity sector outweighed a revival of pollution from transport and industry, according to analysis by consultants Ndevr Environment.
- by Peter Hannam
The former prime minister will head a new board to advise the NSW government’s long-term climate policy in his first major political post since being toppled three years ago.
- by Peter Hannam
Matt Kean wants to encourage electric car users while Dominic Perrottet wants to tax them. It’s a disagreement playing out across the country.
- by Nick O'Malley
Australia has been left at the starting line in the race to adopt EV technology.
- by The Herald's View