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Australia is getting left behind by a world ready to move beyond coal
The fact that world leaders are coming together to discuss climate change is good. But let's not forget that ordinary people are taking to the streets to make their voices heard.
The Carmichael project is wrong on economic and environmental grounds, writes ACF President Geoff Cousins
There is a naked disingenuousness to the arguments being put forward about expanding Australia’s coalmining sector to help lift Indians out of poverty
THE decision by Origin Energy to close Australia’s largest coal power station shows that policy leadership is needed to accelerate an energy transition that is already under way
All over the world political leaders are being held to account for irresponsible climate policies by a growing community of people who want to see swift decisive action on climate change.
Global warming is no longer a future generation issue. It is having devastating impacts now, and our coral reefs are a glaring example, writes Suzanne Harter
Meeting with stakeholders in a Minister’s portfolio is prudent and the environment movement looks forward to the opportunity.
Pope Francis address to the US Congress and UN General Assembly is a chance for Malcolm Turnbull to re-align Australia with mainstream global momentum on climate change
Public transparency is at a loss when there are links to the coal industry on both sides of politics - while community groups looking to protect the environment are labeled as extremists
While the PM been a supporter of Australian uranium to India, many others remain far more circumspect
Is the Federal government handing industry a License to pollute?
Treasurer Joe Hockey Joe could be funding a railway to nowhere using vital Northern Australia infrastructure funding, writes ACF economist Matthew Rose
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