INTRODUCING THE DIRTY DOZEN: AUSTRALIA’S FILTHIEST FOSSIL FUEL POLLUTERS CLIMATECOUNCIL.ORG.AU
31 January 2023
In 2016, the corporation spilled of harmful carbon pollution into the 10,500 litres of oil into the sea, with the leak atmosphere since 2016. [...] in the months leading up to the foreseeable And yet the former Morrison Government and avoidable incident, which almost killed gave the offshore multinational a free pass the workers and left them suffering burns on to increase emissions without penalty just up to 70 percent of their bodies (ABC 2021, months before the 2022 federal election. [...] than the annual emissions of every person The corporation is currently being sued in South Australia where the corporation is by the Australian Centre for Corporate headquartered. [...] to new coal, oil and gas The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the International Energy Agency have both made clear that there is no room for new coal, oil and gas projects if the world is to avoid a climate catastrophe.5 Despite this, Australia currently has more than 100 proposed coal, oil and gas projects in the pipeline that would likely be covered by the Safeguard Mechanism if the. [...] You are free to copy, communicate and adapt the Climate Council of Australia Ltd copyright material so long as you attribute the Climate Council of Australia Ltd and the authors in the following manner: Introducing the Dirty Dozen: Australia’s Filthiest Fossil Fuel Polluters by the Climate Council of Australia.