Article by former corporate lawyer Robert Hinkley about why the need to adopt 11 new words in Corporate Law.
2022 was the year that the Fossil Fuel Treaty evolved from a conceptual idea to a proposal backed by two countries, 74 cities, and over 500 parliamentarians.
Surfers across Australia are opposing a proposed seismic survey for oil and gas in the Bass Strait, covering an area of pristine ocean larger than Tasmania, because of the danger to marine life.
“We need to stop all new coal and gas projects and put an end to public subsidies for those industries.” Multi faith protest actions on 13 October 2022.
Bill McKibben and Neil King from Deutsche Welle spoke with two of the world’s leading climate activists — Kumi Naidoo of South Africa, the former head of Greenpeace International, and Luisa Neubauer, sometimes called the Greta Thunberg of Germany — about what their
How is it that Geelong Council “has not yet decided” what it should think about Viva Energy’s proposed new fossil fuel project?
Is Australia really acting on climate change?
During the Nordic Rebellion on 21 to 29 August 2021, 129 people were arrested for their protests against the Norwegian oil extraction. The trials in Oslo are still ongoing and one of the accused is Jacob Oscarson. Here is his
Academic researchers say the fossil fuel industry engages in ‘discourses of delay’ to divert attention away from the crisis
Fossil fuel companies lied for decades about climate change, and humanity is paying the price. Shouldn’t those lies be central to the public narrative? By Mark Hertsgaard Every person on Earth today is living in a crime scene. This crime