It’s possible for Australia to limit temperature increase to 1.5°C but only if every sector – including the built environment – commits to an “all in” approach, according to a new report from ClimateWorks Australia.
The summer bushfires were Australia’s wake-up call on the climate emergency, and now there’s no time to waste. Fortunately, the road to decarbonisation is becoming clearer.
Brief: Sustainable packaging company Sendle and ethical marketing firm Republic of Everyone have teamed up in a cheeky campaign challenging Australia Post to go carbon neutral.
Brief: Decarbonising Australia’s electricity sector alone won’t offset the country’s rising emissions, according to new insights released by Energetics.
November will see the launch of three radical new innovation challenges in Green Star ratings that will hopefully create the incentive for the building sector to outperform on carbon emission reduction.
While Australia shamefully retreats from clean energy, the UK has put it a plan to drive down emissions and energy costs, which it says will create jobs and grow the economy.
G7 leaders have agreed to phase out coal, oil and gas by the end of this century.