The Gold Coast will install fast electric vehicle chargers to anchor Queensland’s electric superhighway.
Analysis: How will China’s internet giants become carbon neutral?
China’s big internet firms are lagging their overseas counterparts on reducing emissions in their operations, supply chains and the many businesses they facilitate, writes Ye Ruiqui.
Denmark approves energy island as they drive forward climate ambitions
The Danish parliament has approved what will be the world’s first energy island.
Global companies set to supply South Australia’s next ‘Big Battery’
Electricity generator and retailer AGL has shortlisted two major global energy storage companies to supply a huge battery system at a South Australian power station that will be more than twice the size of Tesla’s original 100 megawatts ‘Big Battery’ commissioned in the state’s Mid North in 2017.
Scotland eyes up hydrogen powered trains on their path to decarbonisation
To ramp up decarbonsation efforts ahead of COP26, Scotland is looking to power trains via hydrogen in places where it is hard to electrify them.
Analysis: The positive case for 2021
Why there’s reason to be optimistic in 2021.
Facebook finally accepts it needs to deal with climate denial and misinformation
Facebook steps up against climate denial.
Promising developments in sustainable aviation in 2020
Did we see a breakthrough for sustainable aviation in 2020?
Deep Branch: turning CO2 into animal feed
Deep Branch is turning CO2 into animal feed.
An effective climate change solution may lie in rocks beneath our feet
Why has Earth’s climate remained so stable over geological time? The answer just might rock you.