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Tony Abbott claims the carbon price is 'socialism masquerading as environmentalism'. If that's the case, many of the world's conservative leaders are actually raging pinkos.
Our fire seasons are starting earlier, lasting longer and have more days of extreme fire weather. We can no longer ignore the effects of climate change, writes Bruce Esplin.
Renewable energy in Australia is booming, thanks to some key policy incentives, but uncertainty surrounding the Coalition's climate policy could seriously damage the sector. Jamie Hanson takes a closer look.
Australia has a choice to heed the warnings of the new climate reality and start cutting carbon pollution, writes ACF's Dr Paul Sinclair.
Climate change shouldn't be a political issue, but a health and safety issue.
Fires that started in winter, are causing serious damage in October. If we can't talk about the risks of climate change now, then when can we?
This week the Australian Uranium Association and other nuclear industry hopefuls will head to western Queensland for the Mining the Isa conference.
The timing couldn’t have been worse in Australia for the release of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.
For the past three years, the question of how to streamline project approval processes has dominated conservation policy debates.
The government's new direction on climate change could have disastrous effects, says Tony Mohr.
The new federal government has abolished the Climate Commission, but the Clean Energy Finance Corporation will be harder to scrub out, writes Josh Meadows.
The announcement of a fixed carbon price has got Australia’s political writers all hot and bothered.
In the coming months our new federal government will be promoting a massive expansion in Australia’s coal exports. In all likelihood they’ll hail it as “Good for Australia”. It isn’t.
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