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Opponents of clean energy love to tell Australians that shifting to clean energy will cost them money, writes Kelly O’Shanassy
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.
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.
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.
Incoming CEO of the Australian Conservation Foundation, Kelly O'Shanassy, explains how working together can help us create a better future.
The Bentley blockade shows the huge efforts Australians are going to, to protect their communities from the dangers of fracking.
Australians are cottoning on to the games played by big miners and it turns out that no matter which way you spin it, they just don’t like coal all that much.
The government's buckshot approach to deregulation puts at risk the vital protections that keep Australians safe and healthy.
The call to tackle climate change is coming from many different corners of the political and economic divide as global impacts increase.
Climate action was on the agenda at other G20 meetings - not so in Brisbane. Greg Hunt should recommit to his pre-election promise.
Resource extractors and government want to 'compromise' over coal ports on the Great Barrier Reef. But compromise will irreversibly damage our greatest natural treasure
This week ACF's climate campaigner Jamie Hansen was busy giving evidence to the Senate inquiry into the government's climate policy.
There was a time when science was seen as a body of secure knowledge, given credibility by the scientific method and peer review.
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