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When the economy is slowing down, it’s hard to fathom why the government continues to undermine the renewables industry – an industry that could provide jobs growth.
The SA Royal Commission into uranium will only distract from the urgent need to shift to clean, green energy sources
These are difficult days for the nuclear sector – and an unlikely time for a Royal Commission into further advancing an atomic agenda
Fallout from the Queensland election holds lessons for Canberra. Australians don't just care about their hip pocket.
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.
The Queensland government’s mega coal mine plans in the Galilee Basin will damage the reef and make Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions soar.
A US-India energy deal will be a big step on the path to a global agreement at the Paris UN conference, highlighting just how far behind Australia has fallen.
NASA's declaration that 2014 was the hottest year on record means nine of the ten hottest years have taken place in the 21st century. It's time to act.
Climate change is creating conditions that make extreme weather more likely and more dangerous, writes ACF's Guy Ragen in Huffington Post.
As we endure the first really hot spell of the summer, it’s worth re-examining Tony Abbott’s recent comment that the best thing he has done for women is repeal Australia’s price on pollution.
As Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Trade Minister Andrew Robb embark for Lima this week, they will be flying into a storm of criticism of their government’s own making.
The Carmichael Coal & Rail project is looking more and more like Queensland’s James Price Point Browse LNG moment, facing numerous financial, environmental and social hurdles.
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.
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