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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
Cynically stripping away the rights of communities to defend a clean environment is not the type of behaviour we expect from the government, writes ACF President Geoff Cousins
The Abbott government's efforts basically give a free kick to the dirtiest polluters, writes ACF president Geoff Cousins.
The Abbott Government has taken its anti-renewables campaign to new levels, and is essentially sending a message that Australia is not open for business if you are a wind developer, writes Victoria McKenzie McHarg.
All over the world we are seeing unlikely alliances form and voices of leadership cutting through as global communities rise up to tackle climate change, writes Victoria McKenzie-McHarg
When it comes to the Federal government promoting both coal and nuclear – they are wrong on both fronts.
There is a clear need for more critical discussion in the Cabinet room on Australia’s environment policy in the lead up to the Paris
Despite foot-dragging in Canberra, there may still be a way to advance renewable energy at the State level
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