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People all over the country are raising their voices against the possible destruction of James Price Point in the Kimberley.
Sometimes it takes a milestone to make us stop, reflect and to realise what it is we take for granted. World Environment Day is one of those stocktake moments.
There are almost half a million reasons why the Coral Sea deserves stronger protection, the federal government must not abrogate its responsibilities.
Federal Water Minister Tony Burke faces a tough situation as he takes possession of the Murray Darling Basin Authority's draft plan – a plan that fails to meet three quarters of the authority's own targets.
The Facebook initial public offering (IPO) was all over the news last week, and there has been furious debate about what it means for both investors as well as the site's users.
The Clean Energy Future package is soon to become law. This makes it a good time to look at why the rest of the world is embracing this method of accelerating renewable energy investment.
Dumping our longest-lived industrial waste on the land of some of the nation's most marginalised people is not an acceptable approach in the 21st century.
During the lead-up to last week’s federal budget and the reporting that followed, the overwhelming focus was on whether Labor could deliver on the surplus promise it had pledged.
ACF president Ian Lowe says an independent inquiry can come up with answers to a problem that won’t go away.
Successive federal governments have attempted to manage Australia's radioactive waste by keeping the issue as low on the political radar and as far from the public eye as possible.
The politics of envy: a modern catch-all phrase intended to deflect any scrutiny of individuals, corporations or industries that fail to act in any interests other than their own.
Is it possible the Clean Energy Finance Corporation is one of the most misunderstood climate policies in Australia?
Australians have witnessed a relentless drive from industry groups, and some state governments, to water down crucial environmental measures.
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