Decarbonisation

Make heatwave plans: Australians told

The people of Australia should plans for heatwaves in the same way that they do for bushfires, according to health and disaster experts, so...

Among G20 countries, per capita CO2 emissions from coal highest in Australia

Despite a significant increase in solar and wind energy usage, Australia continues to have the highest levels of greenhouse gas emissions per capita among...

Brace for more bushfires: Govt asks Australians

Communities are being urged to get ready for what is shaping up to be the most catastrophic bushfires season that has occurred since the...

Australia to witness heatwaves this summer

According to a senior climate scientist at the Bureau of Meteorology, even if El Nio does not develop this year, Australians should still be...

Sydney records hottest July ever

According to a senior meteorologist, Sydney had its warmest July ever recorded, breaking the previous record that had been established in 2018. By the middle...

Australian govt to face charges over climate harm

David Pocock, an independent senator, plans to push for establishing a "duty of care" in Australian law, which would mandate that governments consider the...

1986 climber discovered as Swiss glacier melts

It has been determined that the human remains that were discovered on a glacier in the vicinity of the famed Matterhorn in Switzerland belong...

Hottest July in 50 years in Greece

As Greece wilts under a prolonged heatwave that is expected to extend well into next week, a prominent meteorologist has issued a warning that...

Pristine rainforests destruction increased in 2022

According to newly released numbers, in spite of the fact that world leaders have pledged to put an end to the destruction of the...

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Deportation bill can affect 375 Australian born children

The Albanese government in Australia faces significant criticism over its proposed deportation bill, which includes provisions that could affect 375 Australian-born children of asylum...

Japan to allow divorced parents to share child’s custody

In a historic move, Japan's parliament has voted to amend its custody laws, which previously mandated sole custody arrangements following divorce. This reform will...

Australia now on second global rank in budget management

According to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) latest fiscal monitor, Australia boasts the second strongest overall budget balance among G20 nations, surpassed only by...

Boeing blowout to cost $200m to United Airlines

United Airlines has attributed a significant financial setback of $200 million to Boeing, impacting its earnings in the first quarter of the year. This...