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18 03 2022 | 11:33

Great Barrier Reef hit by sixth mass bleaching event, leading coral scientist says

Prof Terry Hughes says he believes bleaching is under way as the Australian government conducts monitoring flights over 2,300km reef. One of the world’s leading coral scientists claims a sixth mass…

02 03 2022 | 06:48

Thinktank linked to tech giant Canon under pressure to remove ‘dangerous’ climate articles

Exclusive: Some Canon Institute for Global Studies posts call the climate crisis ‘fake news’ and compare Greta Thunberg to a communist A thinktank linked to Japanese technology giant Canon is…

21 02 2022 | 07:54

News Corp claims coal and gas moratorium would be a revenue ‘black hole’. How much would it really cost?

Grattan Institute energy experts say News Corp’s eye-watering figures on the projected costs and job losses of an improbable moratorium are ‘inflated’ Would a moratorium on new coal and gas…

14 02 2022 | 07:28

Can you really carbon offset a power station? Sure – but it’s unimpressive

EnergyAustralia is building a regular fossil fuel power station and buying carbon offsets based on its emissions “At EnergyAustralia, we’re already building Australia’s first carbon offset power…

02 02 2022 | 09:20

All coral will suffer severe bleaching when global heating hits 1.5C, study finds

But one coral reef expert says even reefs that bleach every five years could have corals that survive Almost no corals on the planet will escape severe bleaching once global heating reaches 1.5C,…

30 01 2022 | 07:40

Coal-based liquid hydrogen pivotal for green energy? The experts doubt it

The ANU’s Dr Fiona Beck says turning fossil fuels into hydrogen is always going to be dirtier than using renewables A world-first shipment of liquid hydrogen from Australia was declared momentous…

10 01 2022 | 07:12

‘Extreme marine heatwave’: waters off Sydney set to break January temperature records

Satellite data shows ocean surface 3C above normal as swimmers say water feels more like February and March Waters off Sydney are undergoing an extreme marine heatwave with temperatures likely at…

20 12 2021 | 08:02

Great Barrier Reef could face another mass bleaching by end of January, forecast says

Scientists are hoping La Niña conditions might yet stave off threat from predicted heat accumulation in northern and central reef Corals across large parts of the Great Barrier Reef could be hit by…

29 11 2021 | 07:48

Australia’s spy agency predicted the climate crisis 40 years ago – and fretted about coal exports

In a taste of things to come, a secret Office of National Assessment report worried the ‘carbon dioxide problem’ would hurt the nation’s coal industry The report was stamped CONFIDENTIAL twice on…

26 08 2021 | 07:52

Melbourne student and climate activist runs for board seat at energy giant AGL

Ashjayeen Sharif wants Australia’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter to be 100% renewable by 2030. An 18-year-old student and climate change campaigner is bidding for a seat on the board of energy…