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AGL is Australia's biggest climate polluter

AGL spends millions spruiking its environmental credentials. On closer inspection, it doesn't stack up.

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AGL is Australia's biggest climate polluter

AGL spends millions spruiking its environmental credentials. On closer inspection, it doesn't stack up.

Join the campaign

AGL proudly advertises itself to the Australian public as green and environmentally responsible. But a deeper dive into the company reveals the truth couldn’t be more different to its carefully crafted public image.

AGL is Australia’s number one climate polluter, and it’s not even close. 83% of their electricity comes from burning dirty coal, meaning they emit more than double the next biggest polluter.

Coal is the biggest driver of the climate crisis. Scientists warn we MUST stop burning coal by 2030 to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change, but AGL is still insisting on burning coal until 2048. Thats 18 years too late.

Australia can’t move fast enough to avoid the devastating effects of climate change unless AGL gets out of coal. Business as usual is simply not an option if we want a safe, clean future for our environment and communities.

Join us in demanding that AGL clean up its act.

 

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And be sure to let us know if you’re an AGL customer or an AGL staff member. We’ll let you know how you can use your position of influence within AGL to force change and make a difference. 

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It's time to call out AGL's greenwashing.

AGL uses misleading “net zero” and “carbon neutral” claims to mask the reality of its highly polluting and carbon-intensive operations.

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It's time to call out AGL's greenwashing.

AGL uses misleading “net zero” and “carbon neutral” claims to mask the reality of its highly polluting and carbon-intensive operations.

Find out more

  

AGL's climate pollution 

2048

AGL wants to keep burning coal in dirty power stations until 2048.
That’s 18 years too late.

2030

Scientists warn we MUST stop burning coal by 2030 to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of climate change.

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83% of AGL’s electricity comes from dirty coal burning power stations. 

 
42million tonnes

AGL releases 42 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere each year.

2x

AGL produces more than 2x the emissions of Australia’s next biggest climate polluters, Origin and Energy Australia.

111 breaches

AGL has breached its environmental licences 111 times since 2015.

 

Find out more about AGL's climate pollution in Greenpeace Australia Pacific's report, Coal-Faced

Email the CEO

Email AGL's CEO-in-waiting.

Christine Corbett is the CEO-in-waiting of AGL if they succeed in the plan to split off their coal-burning power stations into a new dirty power company called Accel Energy. Let her know that her that you're not falling for AGL's marketing spin, and that AGL needs to ditch coal and become a true renewable energy leader.

Email Christine Corbett
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Are you an AGL customer? 

AGL needs your business to survive. As an AGL customer, you are in a powerful position to force AGL to change.

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Are you an AGL staff member? 

As an AGL staff member you are in an incredible position to advocate for internal change.

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The high price of AGL's actions

Burning coal is the dirtiest and most destructive way to generate electricity. 

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Leaf

A greener future

It is not a question of if, but when, Australia will be powered entirely by renewables.

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