Greenpeace Australia Pacific


Lethal power: how coal is killing people in Australia

The damaging effects of air pollution from burning coal on the lungs of both children and adults is described and quantified in this report. Asthma, chronic lung disease and their effects on other organ systems are all higher with exposure to particulate air pollution. The...
Discussion paper

Recover and prosper: recharging the Australian economy with clean energy

The enormous opportunity to address the economic impacts of COVID-19 and climate change simultaneously is unprecedented. So what should we do? This policy discussion paper addresses the opportunities and threats that the current circumstances present.

REenergising Australian business: the corporate race to 100% renewable energy

This report analyses the sector-by-sector potential job and renewable energy benefits if eighty of Australia’s top companies moved to 100% renewable energy.

The dispersant delusion: Equinor’s plan to poison the Great Australian Bight with banned toxic chemicals

This report outlines how environmental regulators plan to allow Equinor to respond to an oil spill in the Great Australian Bight by deploying a banned chemical cocktail that doesn’t work and is toxic to humans and marine life.

Dirty power: big coal's network of influence over the Coalition government

This report analyses the extent to which the coal industry is embedded in Australian federal politics. It demonstrates how coal’s pivotal position in key networks of influence has enabled its interests to remain central to the climate and energy policy agenda of the Morrison Government.