Oil major says it is abandoning plans to drill in the remote region to focus on opportunities likely to create value in the 'near to medium term', but it sounds to some like a response to the 'carbon bubble'
The South Australian Bight is perhaps one of the world's most biodiverse marine habitats. Beneath the pristine waters swim Australian sea lions, Bluefin tuna, endangered whale species and sardines, alongside...
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London Sustainable Development Commission backed report finds that women are under-represented in the clean tech sector
WRI's Kevin Moss argues plastics were once seen as nature's friend, but attitudes have changed and business models must change too