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Peter Hannam covers broad environmental issues ranging from climate change to renewable energy for Fairfax Media.
Peter Hannam Back in 2006, when John Howard set up a prime ministerial task group to develop an emissions trading scheme, he turned to some of the nation's biggest polluters for advice.
Peter Hannam Almost half of businesses say the carbon tax has little or no impact on their operations.
Peter Hannam Carbon dioxide emissions of eastern power sector down by 12.2 million tonnes.
Peter Hannam Consultants responsible for a report into dust from coal trains reject findings by an independent expert appointed by the NSW EPA that their work had contained a “major error”.
Peter Hannam The NSW Environmental Protection Agency has been forced into an embarrassing backdown after a 'major error' on an inquiry into coal dust.
Peter Hannam Leading analysts say governments should avoid costly subsidies for renewable energy and businesses.
Peter Hannam Wind farms, hydro power and other renewable energy sources will actually cut household electricity bills, not push up bills as detractors have claimed, a new study finds.
Peter Hannam Concepts such as a 'carbon price bubble' are part of a "radical campaign" to scare off investors, according to a report commissioned by the coal industry.
Peter Hannam GVK dismisses claims it will be unable to develop the $10 billion Alpha coal project.
Peter Hannam Insurance industry criticised for blocking recovery of highly potent greenhouse gases.
Peter Hannam Fairfax Media is to introduce subscriptions for the digital versions of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age from next month, 18 years after the launch of the newspapers' websites.
Peter Hannam Fairfax Media will unveil more details about its digital subscription strategy on Thursday for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.
Peter Hannam Australia's carbon emissions from the power sector are continuing to slide but the savings are being negated by a surge in diesel consumption as the mining investment peaks.
Peter Hannam Australia's onshore gas resources could be more than double the size of current estimates, but it won't be cheap to extract and it won't be a quick solution to the country's looming domestic gas...
Peter Hannam Buildings as producers not consumers is how we should start thinking of our built environment.
Peter Hannam White Cliffs might seem an unlikely location for history to have been created. What's perhaps even more unlikely is that it could be recreated.
Peter Hannam Wind energy producers are in a twist after being forced to demonstrate they are operating within noise limits every time they seek to cash in renewable energy certificates.
Peter Hannam Former head of electric car venture Better Place says shift away from petrol inevitable.
Peter Hannam As proponents of green energy go, Samuel Yang and Ben Waters could hardly be less alike.
Peter Hannam Whether it's the use of organisms first found in the guts of rabbits in New Zealand or converting the mountains of rubbish disposed of by Londoners, airlines around the world are hunting for ways to...