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After just 100 days in government, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has waged a war on environmental programs.
John Howard combined populism with serious policymaking, and left an impressive environmental legacy.
From a carbon pricing scheme beginning to bear fruit to the vague promise of 'Direct Action', 2013 was a definitive year in climate change.
Australia’s uranium industry has long been a source of trouble. Now it is increasingly in trouble.
The Australian Business Lobby is running a fierce campaign to gut the laws that protect Australia's unique environment.
Environment Minister Greg Hunt has approved the Abbot Point port, the lynchpin of a coal development that will damage the reef and lead to huge amounts of pollution.
In his speech to the Australian Carbon Expo, Greg Hunt inadvertently highlighted the main flaws in the Coalition's climate policy. ACF's senior economist Dugald Murray explains why direct action alone won't work.
A radioactive spill at a uranium mine in Kakadu sets off more alarms for a troubled industry, writes Dave Sweeney.
Queensland government handover of national parks to Traditional Owners will benefit the Cape.
Australia undermines international moves to support clean energy in developing countries and takes on the role of climate wrecker.
Western Australia's premier must face the facts and leave his dream of industrialising the Kimberley behind.
Queensland government plans to cut environmental protections to massively develop Cape York Peninsula.
Tony Abbott's infrastructure vision needs a rethink if we want our life support systems not to be overrun.
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