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Company directors face crucial considerations on climate

David Ritter, Tuesday, 7th September 2021 -  As an 18-year-old school striker vies for a place on AGL’s board, David Ritter reflects on the responsibilities that fall to board directors when it comes to the climate crisis and

Meet the Melbourne student getting ready to address the AGL board

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 30th August 2021 -  18-year-old Ashjayeen Sharif is an arts student, a climate activist and now a contender for a seat on the board of AGL, Australia’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter. Melbourne University

‘Things could be so very different in this country of ours’

David Ritter, Monday, 2nd August 2021 -  Given Australia’s natural renewable energy resources and the education and creativity of our people, we could be leaders in climate action, instead, the world has been left bewildered

Keeping up appearances?

David Ritter, Monday, 21st June 2021 -  Greenpeace Australia Pacific CEO David Ritter reflects on the outcome of AGL’s recent law-suit against the charity and the widespread media coverage it generated.  At the heart

Greenpeace wins legal battle against energy giant

Maggie Coggan, Thursday, 10th June 2021 -  Charity representatives have labelled it a win for freedom of expression  An attempt by Australia’s largest electricity generator to shut down a Greenpeace campaign, alleging

Exposing Australia’s biggest climate polluter

David Ritter, Tuesday, 11th May 2021 -  Planning to get around to doing something in 2048 is not “hard work” – it is obscene corporate laziness for which we will all suffer, writes Greenpeace CEO David Ritter in this article

Becoming an agent of systems change

David Ritter, Thursday, 25th March 2021 -  Shifting major institutions to using only clean electricity is a highly effective way of delivering systems change, writes David Ritter, who thanks all the technicians and decision-makers

Aussie retailers leading the charge on renewable energy

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 2nd February 2021 -  Greenpeace has praised Woolworths, Bunnings and ALDI for their commitment to 100 per cent renewable energy  The Australian retail sector is well ahead of other industries when it

‘The story for renewables was a missed opportunity’

Jonathan Moylan, Wednesday, 7th October 2020 -  The 2020 budget was a sop to the dinosaurs remaining in the Coalition who have not realised that the world has moved on from fossil fuels, writes Greenpeace Australia Pacific campaigner

Budget supermarket ALDI commits to renewable power

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 1st September 2020 -  The company is the 64th biggest user of electricity in Australia, with more than 550 stores  ALDI Australia says it will use renewable electricity to power 100 per cent of its local operations

All eyes are on coronavirus… but what about the planet?

Maggie Coggan, Tuesday, 14th April 2020 -  With COVID-19 all anyone is talking about at the moment, we take a look at where that leaves the environment  As many countries shut their borders, impose heavy-duty lock down laws,

Opinion

A new world is being born

David Ritter, Wednesday, 1st April 2020 -  In Australia, the politically, socially and economically unthinkable has become commonplace within a matter of days – and these changes will set the course for our future, writes
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