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    Time for a reality check on global warming collaboration - June 18, 2014
    Edward Butler

    In suggesting that world is not acting on climate change, and the United States’ new pollution-cutting regulations are akin to his own ‘direct action’ strategy, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is having a lend of the Australian people.

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    Time for a reality check on climate change collaboration - June 17, 2014
    Victoria McKenzie-McHarg

    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.

  • g.tupper@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Abbott lacks broad vision for Northern Australia - June 13, 2014
    Graham Tupper

    The Abbott government's plan for Northern Australia seems to be fast tracking resource extraction and industrial agriculture projects.

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    Saving Tasmania's forests - June 12, 2014
    Linh Do

    ACF's Linh Do examines the Australian government's attempt to delist part of Tasmania's forests from UNESCO's World Heritage List in this piece published internationally by Al Jazeera English.

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    Why is it so hard for conservatives to stop global warming? - June 10, 2014
    dugald murray

    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.

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    People power unite - May 28, 2014
    Kelly O'Shanassy

    Incoming CEO of the Australian Conservation Foundation, Kelly O'Shanassy, explains how working together can help us  create a better future.

  • d.sweeney@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Australia’s radioactive waste management on trial - May 28, 2014
    Dave Sweeney

    Australia has never had an independent examination of the best way to manage our nation's radioactive waste. It's time for that to change.

  • j.abrahams@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Abbott must shelve plans to tear up Tassie's World Heritage - May 17, 2014
    Jess Abrahams

    It's time the prime minister put the Tasmanian environment, science and the wishes of more than 90% of Australians ahead of his ideology.

  • j.lanauze@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Bentley blockade — a victory for people power - May 16, 2014
    Jonathan La Nauze

    The Bentley blockade shows the huge efforts Australians are going to, to protect their communities from the dangers of fracking.

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    What does the first Abbott government budget mean for our environment? - May 14, 2014
    dugald murray

    Investment in clean energy innovation, jobs and pollution cuts are out while polluting multinational miners get greater subsidies.

  • j.lanauze@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Delivering on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan - May 13, 2014
    Jonathan La Nauze

    The Murray-Darling Basin Plan just might set our nation’s hardest working river on a sustainable course. Or it could join the list of great Australian reforms that fell over in their implementation, writes ACF's Jonathan La Nauze.

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    Will Cape York have its day in the World Heritage sun? - April 28, 2014
    Andrew Picone

    Cape York Peninsula a unique opportunity for Abbott to leave a positive World Heritage legacy — but will he take it.

  • d.sweeney@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Federal government fast-tracks UAE uranium deal - April 23, 2014
    Dave Sweeney

    The Federal Government has signed another uranium export deal with a dubious overseas partner - and without inspecting the country's facilities. We need an independent inquiry, writes Dave Sweeney.