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    Abbott's RET policies could be written by fossil fuel executives - October 24, 2014
    Victoria McKenzie-McHarg

    The government’s RET proposal as it currently stands would squash Australia’s great potential in clean energy development. The Abbott government faces a clear and stark choice: listen to the vast majority of Australians who want less pollution, or back a handful of big polluters.

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    Abbott changing the rules at half time on Renewable Energy Target - October 2, 2014

    This weekend, most of Sydney will be focused on Sunday night's rugby grand final. While South Sydney are the sentimental favourites, most would agree that it's only fair if the best team wins.

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    When it comes to climate change, Australia is kicking into the wind - September 25, 2014
    Victoria McKenzie-McHarg

    Around the world, the winds of climate action are blowing in one direction, writes ACF’s Victoria McKenzie-McHarg.

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    Weakening the RET would be economic vandalism - September 24, 2014
    Abigail Jabines

    Weakening the RET by adopting the recommendations of the Warburton Review would amount to an act of economic and environmental vandalism.

  • k.oshanassy@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Cutting government waste - September 18, 2014
    Kelly O'Shanassy

    Despite being elected with a promise to cut government waste, this government has wasted countless taxpayer dollars in unnecessary reviews of popular environmental programs.

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    Vested interests cutting down clean energy, resisting change - September 8, 2014
    Tristan Knowles

    In a classic example of vested interests resisting change, politicians are considering winding back clean energy policies, such as the renewable energy target.

  • k.oshanassy@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Eight billion reasons to ignore their customers - August 25, 2014
    Kelly O'Shanassy

    Opponents of clean energy love to tell Australians that shifting to clean energy will cost them money, writes Kelly O’Shanassy

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Power prices to go up if renewable energy goes down - June 25, 2014
    dugald murray

    If the fossil fuel power companies and the Federal Government succeed in tipping the energy market away from renewable energy, household power bills could skyrocket.

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    Time for a reality check on global warming collaboration - June 18, 2014
    Edward Butler

    In suggesting that world is not acting on climate change, and the United States’ new pollution-cutting regulations are akin to his own ‘direct action’ strategy, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is having a lend of the Australian people.

  • victoriamckmch@gmail.com's picture
    Time for a reality check on climate change collaboration - June 17, 2014
    Victoria McKenzie-McHarg

    Just as the rest of the world is getting into gear, Australia and its attempted coalition of the unwilling is standing as a barrier to genuine cooperation on climate change.

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Why is it so hard for conservatives to stop global warming? - June 10, 2014
    dugald murray

    Prime Minister Tony Abbott might have found a like-minded ally in Canada when it comes to climate change - but that just means they're both out of step with the rest of the world, writes ACF's Dugald Murray.

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    People power unite - May 28, 2014
    Kelly O'Shanassy

    Incoming CEO of the Australian Conservation Foundation, Kelly O'Shanassy, explains how working together can help us  create a better future.

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    Bentley blockade — a victory for people power - May 16, 2014
    Jonathan La Nauze

    The Bentley blockade shows the huge efforts Australians are going to, to protect their communities from the dangers of fracking.