The Albanese Government has brokered a new deal with gas giants Woodside and Esso.

Investors and regulators may not be fully accounting for the financial risks posed by climate lawsuits, research suggests.

Major investors are joining with climate activists to push for change.

A rebuild has been ordered for a major Queensland dam.

Gas giant Santos has triumphed over a group of Tiwi Islands elders in a federal court challenge.

The Maritime Union of Australia has reduced its industrial action against stevedoring giant DP World.

Pacific National, a leading Australian rail freight operator, has called for a national summit on level crossing safety.

WA has released new work safety stats.

Worley CEO Chris Ashton is undertaking extensive efforts to reaffirm the company's integrity.

The NSW Government has approved a major new wind farm.

Australia's two largest oil and gas producers, Woodside Energy and Santos, may experience a decline in LNG production in the upcoming years.

Experts say Australia’s asbestos ban appears to be working.

Consultation is open for a plan to drive the future of energy generation in Australia.

A new report lays out the path for the nation's transition to a net-zero economy by 2050.

Resources Minister Madeleine King says she will clarify consultation requirements for oil and gas projects.

Britain has announced plans for its largest nuclear energy expansion in seven decades.

COP28 has seen the world acknowledge the end of the reign of fossil fuels.

Greenpeace is taking legal action over climate misrepresentations.

Victoria appears to have listened to councils’ demands for climate consideration in planning.

Delayed road and rail projects have provided billions in budget savings.

Unwillingness to cut fossil fuels could see the COP28 talks end with a whimper.

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