Sunday 1 July 2012: Greenpeace Australia Pacific today welcomed the coming into force of the carbon price, but warned there is still more to do to ensure Australia moves to a low carbon future and contributes to international efforts to avoid...
Fresh from its victory avoiding the resource super profits tax, BHP Billiton is now trying to cheat its way out of paying its pollution tax.
Greenpeace joins a passionate coalition of civil society groups and trade unions in Canberra to say yes to a price on pollution and yes to a clean, healthy future.
SYDNEY, 15 August, 2011: This morning at Muswellbrook Local Court, five Greenpeace activists pleaded guilty to charges related to blocking a BHP Billiton coal train from Mt Arthur coal mine in the Hunter Valley - one of the most polluting mines...
It’s time we refocused the carbon pricing debate back on what really matters: making the big polluters responsible for the environmental damage they cause.
Greenpeace activists obstruct a coal train at Mount Arthur coal mine owned by BHP Billiton – one of Australia’s most polluting companies – in the Hunter Valley.
We are witnessing a great moment in history. The announcement yesterday of a carbon price marks the start of a plan that will power Australia into the future.
Stand back and marvel at this incredible first step.
Greenpeace Australia Pacific today welcomed the passage of the clean energy legislation through the Senate but said there is still more to do to ensure Australia moves to a low carbon future.
Canberra Friday 17 June 2011
With big polluting companies suggesting an end to life as we know it should they have to pay for their pollution, it is vital the Multi Party Climate Change Committee accepts two central facts: First, big polluting...
The price on carbon pollution explained in around 2 minutes. What it means for the environment, the economy, business and households. Find out more...
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