Morrison’s crackdown on climate protests could have unintended consequences

Morrison’s crackdown on climate protests could have unintended consequences

In a show of solidarity with the coal industry, Morrison outlined his plan to crack down on climate protestors and campaigns that encourage ‘secondary boycotts’ on companies providing services to the fossil fuel industry, in a speech to the Queensland Resources Council’s ‘State of the Sector’ forum in Brisbane.“[There is an] even more worrying development.

New law will hold B.C. government accountable for climate action

New law will hold B.C. government accountable for climate action

This legislation demonstrates clear resolve to be open and transparent about progress being made, and to continue to solicit external advice to inform the decisions and ongoing leadership needed to cut pollution, sustain our economy and enhance the lives of all British Columbians.”.

Shell and EDPR Win Massachusetts’ Second Offshore Wind Tender

Shell and EDPR Win Massachusetts’ Second Offshore Wind Tender

Massachusetts on Wednesday selected an 804-megawatt project backed by Mayflower Wind, a joint venture of Shell and EDP Renewables, as the winner of its second offshore wind procurement.Mayflower's win comes a year and a half after Massachusetts awarded an 800-megawatt project in its first solicitation to Vineyard Wind.