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This weekend, most of Sydney will be focused on Sunday night's rugby grand final. While South Sydney are the sentimental favourites, most would agree that it's only fair if the best team wins.
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.
Around the world, the winds of climate action are blowing in one direction, writes ACF’s Victoria McKenzie-McHarg.
Weakening the RET by adopting the recommendations of the Warburton Review would amount to an act of economic and environmental vandalism.
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.
Despite being elected with a promise to cut government waste, this government has wasted countless taxpayer dollars in unnecessary reviews of popular environmental programs.
The Queensland government can't be trusted with 'one-stop-shop' environmental approval powers, writes ACF's Saffron Zomer.
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.
The Hodgman government’s new law to thrash the Tasmanian Forest Agreement is out of step with the realities of the global economy.
In a classic example of vested interests resisting change, politicians are considering winding back clean energy policies, such as the renewable energy target.
Tony Abbott has no excuse or mandate to put the promise of small time corporate profit ahead of the reality of severe and sustained human and environmental radioactive risk.
The man who steered Japan through the critical early days of the Fukushima crisis is touring Australia with a simple message: no longer can there be nuclear ‘business as usual’, writes Dave Sweeney.
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