Australian Financial Review
Green energy: Forrest’s green ship makes a splash in Dubai
Fortescue’s prototype ammonia-powered vessel sailed from Singapore to Dubai, just to make a point: red tape is holding back green shipping.
Green energy: Woodside signs up to COP pledge on methane
The energy giant shied away from an earlier initiative, but got behind this one to cut flaring by 2030. Activists were dubious that it had moved the goalposts.
Green energy: Australia seeks to play good cop at climate summit
The COP28 climate summit has bowled up a plethora of pledges on renewable energy, health and agriculture, and Australia has signed up to all the biggies.
Breaking news: Gazans being bombarded in south say there’s nowhere to go
The city of Khan Younis is the focus of Israeli air strikes after a truce ended; a new China sonar incident sparks AUKUS acceleration. Follow updates live.
AUKUS deal: Australia, US, UK will jointly conduct a series of autonomous maritime and data sharing exercises after high-level talks
Defence Minister Richard Marles said the latest AUKUS initiatives were crucial in light of the latest incident involving a Chinese navy destroyer.
Israel-Hamas war: Wild overreach in the debate over the Middle East conflict
In the arts and now politics, claims about the other side are turning to reductionism and wild overreach.
LTR, PLS, MIN ASX: Lithium price slump gives Australian miners deja vu
Hopes that lithium could one day supplant iron ore as the bedrock of the Australian economy are being tested by a sharp price crash. But we’ve been here before.
Green energy: Andrew Forrest spoils for a fight at COP28
The most trenchant voice at the climate summit in Dubai has an Australian twang. But unlike the ranters and chanters, he rubs shoulders with royalty.
Charlie Munger death: What I learned from the legendary Berkshire Hathaway investor about life, love and money
Munger compiled a list of 25 common cognitive biases that afflict us, and it makes for a handy guide of mistakes for investors to avoid.