Climate News

A digest of interesting news about climate change from around the world, compiled by us.

Transitioning To A Sustainable Economy

How can we transition to a world that is cleaner, safer, smarter, and more prosperous? Oxford Martin School Post-Carbon Transition Project (Oxford University) Incremental change along existing paradigms will fall short... >>

Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier Launched

The World's First Liquefied Hydrogen Carrier [ship] Launched. >>

Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan 2020

'Tasmania can harness the immense potential in renewable energy to grow our economy, attract investment, create jobs and transform Tasmania from being Australia’s renewable energy powerhouse into a world leading provider of clean, reliable and affordable energy.' >>


Salt concentrations in the 'Lower lakes' near the mouth of the Murray River are increasing. Research by the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists. The role of coastal processes in the management of the mouth of the River Murray, Australia: Present and future challenges. >>

Hydrogen produced Steel

The Hybrit process of making steel utilising Hydrogen is being advocated for Australia. So called, Green Steel being advocated in a Report by the Grattan Institute. 'Start with steel: A practical plan to support carbon workers and cut emissions' >>


These are the top risks facing the world in 2020 World Economic Forum, January, 2020 >>

Coronavirus implications for all forms of Public Transport

Effects of COVID-19 on Transportation Demand and How One Man Spread Coronavirus To Nine Other People On His Bus >>


Climate Change (National Framework for Adaptation and Mitigation) Bill 2020. Zali Steggall's Climate Change Bill. (Zali Steggall is the Independent Member for the Warringah electorate in Sydney) >>


'A Clean Recovery' to jumpstart economy and create 50,000 new jobs. '... plan to lead Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19 with accelerated investment in renewable energy...' >>

Transparent solar panels

Transparent solar panel breakthrough puts the future of solar in clear view. New technological advances could transform the way buildings generate solar power. ARENAWIRE - (Australian Renewable Energy Agency) >>