Pages tagged "media release"
The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) has reacted with dismay to the news that the Beetaloo gas basin in the Northern Territory will be opened to fracking, despite warnings from the scientific community about its dangers.Read more
‘Too little too late’ – Woodside’s eleventh-hour concession on climate vote fails to impress investors as AGM looms
By Liam Lilly
Last week, mere days from its Annual General Meeting, Woodside announced that it would, after all, allow a non-binding vote in 2024 on its widely discredited climate plan.Read more
Changes to the greenhouse gas conditions of Woodside’s controversial Pluto gas plant will not materially make the site any less polluting or environmentally damaging, according to Western Australia’s peak conservation body.Read more
The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) has slammed Woodside’s latest climate report, describing the document as ‘just not credible’ and lacking ‘any meaningful commitments to reduce emissions’.
The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) has welcomed plans announced today to establish a new federal environmental protection agency and reform existing environment laws.Read more
By Maggie Wood, Acting Executive Director of the Conservation Council of WA
Yesterday, the Federal Minister for Climate Change and Energy, Chris Bowen, delivered his first Annual Climate Change Statement to Parliament.Read more
By Liam Lilly
Another day, another announcement from WA’s omnipresent fossil fuel giant, Woodside.Read more
The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) has criticised a decision by the Federal Resources Minister, Madeleine King, which will grant an extra 47,000 square kilometres of Commonwealth waters for oil and gas exploration.Read more
Woodside’s controversial Scarborough gas project is once again under threat from a high-profile court challenge which could derail plans for a key infrastructure proposal.Read more
West Australians will be given an opportunity to have their say on a controversial mining expansion which endangers the state’s native forests and would cause unacceptable levels of carbon pollution.Read more