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  • d.henry@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Beauty rich, rare and at risk - February 5, 2014
    Don Henry

    The federal government seems determined to trash Australia's reputation and disregard the international significance of World Heritage protection.

  • L.Hesketh@acfonline.org.au's picture
    World Heritage wind back will shatter Tassie - February 4, 2014
    Lindsay Hesketh

    Stripping Tasmania’s forests of World Heritage status jeopardises the future and stability of Tasmania’s community, environment and forestry industry.

  • i.lowe@griffith.edu.au's picture
    Don’t let denial get in the way of a good science story - February 4, 2014
    Ian Lowe

    There was a time when science was seen as a body of secure knowledge, given credibility by the scientific method and peer review.

  • w.freeman@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Kimberley fracking bid needs closer scrutiny - February 3, 2014
    Wade Freeman

    Kimberley fracking bid needs closer scrutiny and the Environmental Protection Authority is missing in action.

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Farmers taken for ride on climate - January 24, 2014
    dugald murray

    Climate change, left unaddressed, is presenting a risk that will outpace adaptation by even the most well-resourced and innovative farmers.

  • i.lowe@griffith.edu.au's picture
    ANZ blowing the carbon budget - December 20, 2013
    Ian Lowe

    ANZ's Board is exposing shareholders and depositors to a very risky business by lending money to coal projects.

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Waging war on the environment does not make sense - December 20, 2013
    dugald murray

    After just 100 days in government, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has waged a war on environmental programs.

  • d.murray@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Abbott could learn a thing or two from Howard - December 19, 2013
    dugald murray

    John Howard combined populism with serious policymaking, and left an impressive environmental legacy. 

  • e.butler@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Why kill a working climate policy? - December 18, 2013
    Edward Butler

    From a carbon pricing scheme beginning to bear fruit to the vague promise of 'Direct Action', 2013 was a definitive year in climate change.

  • d.sweeney@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Is time up for Australia's uranium industry? - December 18, 2013
    Dave Sweeney

    Australia’s uranium industry has long been a source of trouble. Now it is increasingly in trouble.

  • L.Hesketh@acfonline.org.au's picture
    No business case for gutting our national environment laws - December 18, 2013
    Lindsay Hesketh

    The Australian Business Lobby is running a fierce campaign to gut the laws that protect Australia's unique environment.

  • t.mohr@acfonline.org.au's picture
    Say goodbye to the Reef - December 12, 2013
    Tony Mohr

    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.

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    How does Greg Hunt's climate plan measure up? - December 9, 2013

    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.