Goldman Sachs is abandoning coal.

One of Australia historic industrial centres has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2050.

Engineering firm GHD says it has concluded its work on Adani’s Carmichael coal project.

A peak welfare group has found power and water is too costly for some in NT.

As more countries look to offshore sources for renewable energy, experts say there could be big impacts on marine life.

Engineers have developed an oil-catching sponge that could help recover contamination from offshore drilling.

Australia has been slammed for its policy of using old carbon credits to count towards future emissions targets.

A former Western Power employee is facing dozens of corruption charges.

The NT Government has fired the bosses of both Power and Water Corporation and Territory Generation over their “unacceptable” response to an eight-hour blackout in Alice Springs.

Authorities say over 30 gigawatts of new clean power generation will be needed ...

ASIC has launched a new climate change risk surveillance program for Australia’s biggest companies.

The Federal Government has referred Adani’s pipe plan for environmental approval without applying the federal water trigger.

Australia has sunk in global climate ratings.

Russia has suggested Australia follow its lead by building an offshore, floating nuclear reactor.

Official forecasts predict power prices will fall in most Australian states and territories over the next three years.

Labor leader Anthony Albanese has backed coal exports as he prepares to tour regional Queensland.

Greenhouse gas emissions should set a new record this year, but the rate of growth has shrunk.

Mining billionaire Andrew Forrest is funding a solar farm in Western Australia's Wheatbelt.

Internal documents suggest ANZ will drastically slash its lending to thermal coal mining.

Authorities have come together to warn the Federal Government not to attempt to curtail ‘secondary boycotts’.

This year ends a decade of exceptional global heat, retreating ice and record sea levels driven by human activities.

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