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Vica Bayley, Tasmanian campaign manager at The Wilderness Society, responds to Richard Flanagan's commentary on the Tasmanian Peace Agreement.
Uranium mining may be attractive to those seeking to boost state coffers, but it leaves the land poisoned and communities divided.
The decision of Woodside and the Browse Joint Venture Partners not to proceed with the industrialisation of James Price Point is a welcome and responsible move.
The fight to oppose the development of the Kimberley has spread from the red sands of James Price Point to capture the attention of the whole nation.
Why are the beverage giants fighting tooth-and-nail to stop the spread of container deposit schemes – arrangements that are proven to cut down on litter and increase recycling rates?
It's time to raise a glass to the people up and down the Murray who worked hard to make sure enough water was returned to the river system for it to survive
There has been enough written about the cyclical history of developing the north and the northern food bowl, motivated by knee jerk responses.
March 11 marks an occasion the global nuclear industry would much rather forget but one that holds a particularly dark relevance for Australia.
The Queensland Government has decided to re-open State Forests to logging without public consultation, notice, or regard for ecological values that underpin a $2.3 billion nature based tourism industry.
If you need evidence that state governments should not be trusted to make decisions about developments that can do long-term environmental damage, look no further than the Queensland Government.
The uranium industry promises big and delivers little.
If you thought forking out for over-priced flowers was enough to contend with on Valentines Day, spare a thought for fellow lovers in the wild, who work much harder to keep their sweethearts happy.
The forthcoming federal election will be critical for the environment, writes ACF president Ian Lowe.
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