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ANU presents climate change in beer coaster and bracelet form

ANU presents climate change in beer coaster and bracelet form

Now you can have your facts at hand while arguing about climate change over a beer.

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Someone is making a banned chemical that destroys the ozone layer, scientists suspect
Pollution

Someone is making a banned chemical that destroys the ozone layer, scientists suspect

Emissions of CFC-11 are on the rise, suggesting someone may be secretly manufacturing the pollutant in violation of an international accord.

  • by Chris Mooney
'Carbon bomb': Clive Palmer seeks nod for mine twice the size of Adani's
Energy

'Carbon bomb': Clive Palmer seeks nod for mine twice the size of Adani's

Coal production from the proposed mine would amount to about one-third of Australia's current total carbon emissions, one opponent says.

  • by Peter Hannam
'Glaring inconsistency': National emissions jump may be underestimated
Renewables

'Glaring inconsistency': National emissions jump may be underestimated

Australia's greenhouse gases rose for a third year in a row in 2017, led by emissions from LNG and transport sectors, according to federal government data.

  • by Peter Hannam
Budget 2018: Funding cuts put Paris climate goal further out of reach
Renewables

Budget 2018: Funding cuts put Paris climate goal further out of reach

Australia's 2030 Paris climate pledge will be harder to achieve after the Turnbull government ended funding to its "centrepiece" emissions policy.

  • by Peter Hannam
Victorian government furious as Turnbull 'takes credit' for French solar deal
Renewables

Victorian government furious as Turnbull 'takes credit' for French solar deal

France's Emmanuel Macron and Malcolm Turnbull attended a signing of an MOU on Wednesday, but the French were surprised to learn no one from Melbourne was invited.

  • by Peter Hannam
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Phony peace? Challenges to energy plan sent back to modelling board
Analysis
Energy

Phony peace? Challenges to energy plan sent back to modelling board

Somewhere down the track lies possibly Josh Frydenberg's biggest challenge.

  • by Peter Hannam
Ministers have high-powered dinner ahead of COAG energy talks
Energy

Ministers have high-powered dinner ahead of COAG energy talks

State and federal energy ministers met ahead of the COAG talks on Friday to 'narrow the differences' over the National Energy Guarantee.

  • by Peter Hannam
Chance to end climate wars: Can the NEG get up?
Analysis
Energy

Chance to end climate wars: Can the NEG get up?

All you need to know about the National Energy Guarantee as state and federal ministers meet to debate its detail.

  • by Peter Hannam & Cole Latimer
Dam fine energy plan: Tapping the nation's water resources for power
Energy

Dam fine energy plan: Tapping the nation's water resources for power

Reservoirs other than the Snowy offer largely untapped potential for energy storage and generation, including solar farms, that governments hope to unleash.

  • by Peter Hannam
'Cooked': Study finds Great Barrier Reef transformed by mass bleaching
Extreme weather

'Cooked': Study finds Great Barrier Reef transformed by mass bleaching

Corals in the Great Barrier Reef have a lower tolerance to heat stress than expected, contributing to a permanent change of species mix, researchers found.

  • by Peter Hannam