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Against the backdrop of Australia and India squaring up in the World Cup cricket, the two nations now face a test with much graver consequences.
There has been much talk about the cold hard costs of maintaining remote Aboriginal communities but little air time given to the opportunities, employment options and services that these provide our wider nation
Fukushima remains a profound human, economic and environmental tragedy
Declaring mining agreements a success in Aboriginal communities after reviewing less than two percent of agreements seems a stretch.
South Australian royal commission into uranium mining can't become a taxpayer-funded nuclear industry promotional platform
The importance of the environment in the recent Queensland state election is beyond doubt
The potential fallout from the lifting of uranium bans in Queensland will have repercussions well beyond the election. The toxic legacy of uranium lasts longer than the promises of politians.
Australia’s largest resource companies are adept at embracing new ways of describing their business, but often much slower to embrace new ways of doing business.
The need to protect our rivers, pristine or not, has never been greater. Uranium poses a great threat to Cape York's rivers.
Queenslanders have more reason than ever to be concerned about uranium mining in the sunshine state, with mining companies now afforded more rights than the community.
Three years on from Fukushima, it's time for a genuine inquiry into the domestic and international costs and consequences of Australia's uranium trade.
The fall from grace of Western Australia's Environment Protection Agency clearly shows why we need federal oversight of important environmental matters.
The Cape York regional plan brings an unprecedented threat to the Great Barrier Reef and will lock in the decline of the region's terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
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