1. Adam Bandt says gas is just as dirty as coal. Is he correct?  ABC News
  2. Scott Morrison pressured by Britain, France and Italy to announce 'bold' climate action  The Guardian
  3. 'Immovable object': Greens urge South Korea to hit Australia with carbon tariffs  Sydney Morning Herald
  4. Australia, the climate can't wait for the next federal election. It's time to take control  The Conversation Australia
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Greens leader Adam Bandt has attacked the Government's plan for a gas-led recovery, claiming that gas is just as dirty as coal. Is he correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.Greens leader Adam Bandt has attacked the Government's plan for a gas-led recovery, claiming that gas is just as dirty as coal. Is he correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.

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State governments, councils, researchers and entrepreneurs are slowing our slide to disaster – but they need others to step up.State governments, councils, researchers and entrepreneurs are slowing our slide to disaster – but they need others to step up.

Australia, the climate can't wait for the next federal election. It's time to take control

Adam Bandt has urged one of Australia's largest trading partners to use its economic leverage to renegotiate a trade deal and punish Australian fossil fuel exports. Adam Bandt has urged one of Australia's largest trading partners to use its economic leverage to renegotiate a trade deal and punish Australian fossil fuel exports. 

Despite the US on the verge of leaving the Paris Agreement, international pressure on Australia to lift its game on climate has never been higher.Despite the US on the verge of leaving the Paris Agreement, international pressure on Australia to lift its game on climate has never been higher.

Whoever is elected US President, Morrison faces intense global pressure on climate | RenewEconomy

After last year's devastating wildfires in the country's southeast, a commission in Australia release an official report: it's going to get worse, so the country should get ready.After last year's devastating wildfires in the country's southeast, a commission in Australia release an official report: it's going to get worse, so the country should get ready.

Australia Wildfires Investigation Calls for Climate Risk Assessment

Blueprint Institute’s chief economist Steven Hamilton says there’s “every chance” Joe Biden wins, which will have implications for Australia’s climate change goals. “A month ago, China said that they’d go net zero by 2060, the world’s biggest emitter,” Mr Hamilton told Sky News. “And then in the last week alone, Japan and South Korea committed to net zero by 2050. “Together they are our (Australia’s) three biggest export markets, they take two thirds of our coal.” Mr Hamilton suggested that by making these pledges, it appears the three nations are banking on a Biden win at the election. “If overnight, Biden wins as most people expect him to, he has committed to net zero by 2050 and something like $2.5 trillion of climate measures. “So if he moves it’s hard for me to see Australia being able to stand and not commit.” Blueprint Institute’s chief economist Steven Hamilton says there’s “every chance” Joe Biden wins, which will have implications for Australia’s climate change goals. “A month ago, China said that they’d go net zero by 2060, the world’s biggest emitter,” Mr Hamilton told Sky News. “And then in the last week alone, Japan and South Korea committed to net zero by 2050. “Together they are our (Australia’s) three biggest export markets, they take two thirds of our coal.” Mr Hamilton suggested that by making these pledges, it appears the three nations are banking on a Biden win at the election. “If overnight, Biden wins as most people expect him to, he has committed to net zero by 2050 and something like $2.5 trillion of climate measures. “So if he moves it’s hard for me to see Australia being able to stand and not commit.”

Transition from fossil fuel could include phased switch to renewables, with opportunities for foreign companiesTransition from fossil fuel could include phased switch to renewables, with opportunities for foreign companies

Climate change: how China can achieve its pledge of zero emissions | Financial Times

As the world races to reduce its emissions, fossil fuels are slowly but surely losing ground in the energy mix, especially coalAs the world races to reduce its emissions, fossil fuels are slowly but surely losing ground in the energy mix, especially coal

Which Country Will Build The World’s Last Coal Plant? | OilPrice.com

How can investors separate the oil and gas industry's climate leaders and laggards? Here are five metrics that can help investors make the right decisions.How can investors separate the oil and gas industry's climate leaders and laggards? Here are five metrics that can help investors make the right decisions.

5 key climate metrics for the oil and gas sector's next 5 years | World Economic Forum