Australia’s latest climate change statement shows we have little hope of reaching net zero emissions by 2050. There’s good news on the 2030 target, but then what?
Electric arc furnaces can use up to 100% scrap steel as its raw material, resulting in a significant reduction in emissions.
Society’s wealthiest are responsible for generating climate change – but who are these people, and why are their emissions so high?
A recent study found one billion people are likely to die prematurely by the end of the century from climate change. Here are seven energy policies that could save their lives.
New emissions projections bode well for Australia’s climate efforts – but our fossil fuel exports continue apace.
Climate denial is passe. But why do so many of us know the climate crisis is upon us – and live like it isn’t?
It’s still possible for Australia to cut emissions in line with holding climate change to 1.5°C. Here’s how.
When Australia’s government and opposition argue over how to get to net zero emissions, nuclear power is the flashpoint. The argument against nuclear is stronger, but not for the obvious reason.
For some countries, climate change has already pushed most of their territory into a different climate zone. Our research shows what’s already happened – and what’s yet to come.
California is the world’s fifth-largest economy. Laws tested there often spread across the U.S. and around the world.
The argument that “if we don’t sell it, someone else will” works for the street-level drug dealing. Coal exports are different – and here’s how.
Corporate supply chains are riddled with high, uncounted emissions, as Lego discovered. New regulations mean more companies will face tough, sometimes surprising, choices.
The widespread pessimism about our ability to solve climate change is misplaced. Australia is putting in place the fundamentals of a net zero future. Now we need to go faster.
The rising climate crisis presents an existential threat to humanity yet our government and political system are on a go-slow response. Is this issue too hard for humans to solve?
Holding climate change to 1.5 might be possible – but in the best case, we’ll blow past the limit first and then backpedal.
The notion that wildfire smoke is ‘natural,’ and therefore less harmful than other types of air pollution, is not supported by the evidence. Wildfire smoke has been linked to adverse health effects.
The National Party’s transport policy risks locking the country into a car-dependent, high-carbon future.
Regulating greenhouse gas emissions is an important part of Canada’s strategy to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. However, a newly published study illustrates why enforcing regulation is key.
Returns cost companies billions of dollars in lost sales. They also generate emissions and packaging waste. Two logistics experts offer some tips from psychology for more sustainable returns.
The environmental pawprint of pets is huge – and it’s mostly down to what we feed them.