Archived News for Green Sector Professionals
Indigenous people are taking legal action against super funds over mining investments.
Kelp help required
The “forests of the sea” are worth billions of dollars, but are also at serious risk.
La Niña linked to prior extremes
Experts are investigating the causes of the recent triple-dip La Niña.
Water pledge probed
An expert is investigating a pledge to guarantee access to safe, reliable water in the NSW constitution.
Whitehaven goes for smaller digs
Whitehaven Coal has announced a $150 million investment in a smaller version of its Vickery project ...
IEA backs efforts
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has recognised the Albanese government's commitment to ...
Liddell closure looms
The Liddell Power Station, which has supplied electricity to New South Wales (NSW) for more than 50 years, will retire this week.
Study plots green shift
Experts say Australia will need to triple the National Electricity Market’s power capacity by 2030 to be on track for net zero by 2050.
Big river sweep complete
Scientists, traditional owners, and community groups in Queensland have come together to carry out the most extensive survey of the Mary River ever.
Crayfish comeback planned
After a 40-year absence, Murray crayfish is set to be reintroduced to South Australia's River Murray.
Desert life traced back
New research winds back the clock to a time when the Nullarbor was lush and full of life.
EV plan lands
The Albanese government has launched its electric vehicle (EV) strategy, aimed at eliminating barriers to EV adoption.
Garbage hosts coastal bugs
Organisms usually only seen on the coast have been found thriving on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Green money urges change
A group of clean energy investors, including BlackRock, Macquarie, Snowy Hydro and Squadron Energy, are pushing for coal-fired power to be phased out faster.
NT releases gas report
The NT Government says a decision on the future of the fracking industry is just weeks away.
Ocean claims questioned
An official submission accuses companies of falsely claiming their plastics are ocean friendly.
Rivers run on UN lines
Progress has been reported in efforts to make rivers more able to recover from flood, drought and other impacts.
Sea temps hit record highs
Australia’s ocean temperatures are the warmest on record for this time of year.
Sun sets on German stations
Germany is shutting down its last three nuclear reactors, ending six decades of nuclear power as a key part of the country's energy mix.