Albanese says govt taking WA for granted, Turnbull pushes carbon tax repeal.
Big dry claims coastal shires as affected area rises to nearly 80 per cent of state.
Sydney had its driest summer in 27 years; Adelaide a record 11 days of 42 degrees-plus.
Goldwind rejects claims Gullen Range wind turbines built in wrong spot.
Labor, Greens call for action as uranium believed to be among pollutants.
US ambassador to Australia says Asia's demand enough for everybody.
Economist warns meeting target on greenhouse gas emissions could cost $5bn.
Government wants to reduce public subsidy, encourage private investment.
Prices rise 5-12 per cent as deadline approaches for companies to report emissions data .
Moniz says wind and solar growth has been 'dramatic'.
Republicans fight back against Obama's executive restrictions on power plants.
Analysts say earlier movement on proposed Stability Reserve Mechanism could raise price by 40%.
Qantas senior management felt pressured by Government to complain about carbon price - report.
Victorian Government commits to $2.5 billion rail line upgrade.
CSIRO, Garnaut and others to address Senate inquiry.
Researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Labs are developing a means of using a type of artificial leaf to use solar energy to produce hydrogen rather than electricity.
Electricity demand is set to fall for the fourth year running and its residential and commercial sectors, not industrial restructuring, that's causing the AEMO forecast revisions. So why do we still have 3GW of new coal power plant capacity proposed for development?
Solar photovoltaic and solar thermal options would in the long run be a better deal for industrial development of north Queensland than more coal.
Climate change is set to have a big effect on the surf scene, with Australia's east coast to see fewer big waves as southern storms decline.
Some very rock 'n roll issues are producing uneasy bedfellows in Western Australia and the carbon tax is the ideological 'piggy-in-the-middle'.
There is a lot of excitement about batteries, but they're absent from the forecasts by establishment experts like the IEA who think the grid can absorb lots of wind and solar with cheaper options. Yet they may be missing something rather important.
The Western Australian senator is using his social media clout to bolster his re-election chances and his continued presence in the Senate could cause headaches for the Coalition's NBN.
One MP's push for additional baseload power in his electorate highlights how a blinkered view of the National Electricity Market can lead to more pain than gain.