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Gaslighting the importance of gas


By Chris Johansen

Fossil fuel companies, ably supported by their oil and gas industry peak body, the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association (APPEA), are not only masters of greenwashing, but also of eyewashing. 

They claim that the LNG

The Colours of Hydrogen

By Chris Johansen

The current interest in hydrogen as a clean fuel to replace natural gas is understandable. When hydrogen is combusted it combines with oxygen to produce water as a by-product (good stuff, mostly, but scientists and engineers will

‘Say NO to Scarborough Gas’ Campaign Updates December 2021

By Rhiannon Hardwick

Woodside’s announcement about approving financing for the Scarborough gas project has galvanised the Perth community to take action.

During the week of Woodside’s announcement, there were grassroots actions taking place every day to raise awareness about the

Turning human steps into energy

By Celine Lai

A prize-winning invention by Jeremiah Thoronka harnesses renewable energy from busy roads.

He just built a machine that uses kinetic energy from cars driving on the road to provide renewable energy for 10,000 people.

He’s just 21.…

Climate action and the power of the private sector

By Celine Lai

Jürgen Rigterink, First Vice-President and Head of Client Services Group, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) says about climate justice that:

“To succeed, we need the private sector, which has the power to channel trillions …

Another COP-out

By Chris Johansen

The 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) concluded on 13th November (after extending 24 hours from the scheduled closure). Two days after Remembrance Day commemorating …