The shift in energy investment over the last eight years is a key signal that change is possible.
Once the ‘ugly duckling’ of decarbonisation, direct air capture is finally winning friends and influence.
Is it possible to power the world’s energy needs and also reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
The clean energy transition is inevitable one way or another, but will greenflation be an issue along the way?
In the quest to tackle excessive greenhouse gas output, is there a fuel where the only by-product can be used as food for farm animals?
The world is waiting for Australia and other countries to deliver credible climate targets.
Cramming cities full of electric vehicles means we’re still depending on cars — and that’s a huge problem
Electric vehicles deserve government subsidies, but there are even better ways to build greener, less car-dependent cities.
This week: how COVID-19 reveals how the fashion industry predicts trends, and why the success of solar becomes a problem.
China’s motivation and ability to shift energy usage away from coal should not be underestimated.
This week: putting solar on the map, batteries have a dirty secret, and buses.
What happens when the two main economic contributors in Queensland directly oppose each other? We talk to Professor Christopher Wright about the future of business in the region.
The energy industry is a critical industry because it underpins Australia's economic success and quality of life. How can we move beyond economic and engineering perspectives we naturally tend to focus on and consider the human side of energy security? We talk to Associate Professor Jane Lê to find out.