The Emergency Leaders for Climate Action have developed the Community Protection Pledge, a set of 10 commitments that every Federal MP can sign to commit to protecting Australians now, and into the future.
A district court in the Hague ruled that Royal Dutch Shell must slash its CO2 emissions by 45% by 2030 from 2019 levels. This and other recent climate action initiatives could have significant implications for the Australian gas industry
Chevron is one of the world’s largest fossil fuel firms, and responsible for more carbon emissions in our atmosphere than any other private company. Chevron is WA’s biggest polluter, and, as our Captured State report has found, exerts considerable influence over the WA Government
Apolitical, ‘the global learning platform for government’, showcases climate policies that have demonstrated the potential for scalability and effective change, and highlights the real people behind them. Australia needs to step up to join the top list.
The new United States Biden administration has sent a strong message to the world, by prioritising climate action. The Ocean Conservancy outlines climate actions achieved by President Biden in 100 days. Australia can learn from this decisive leadership
If nothing substantial is done about climate change, Torres Strait Islander peoples will become climate change refugees in their own country. Zenadth Kes or the Torres Strait Islands, off the coast of Queensland, are home to unique indigenous cultures
Woodside Chairman Richard Goyder is calling on the corporate regulator and the federal treasurer Josh Frydenberg to reform AGM rules to prevent what he describes as “activists overpowering real shareholders”.
When questioned by shareholders about Woodside’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions and about its controversial Scarborough gas project, Company Chair Richard Goyder looked and sounded like a man who was anything but confident.