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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.
Opponents of clean energy love to tell Australians that shifting to clean energy will cost them money, writes Kelly O’Shanassy
Greg Hunt’s approval of Australia’s largest coal mine in the Galilee Basin has created headlines around the world for all the wrong reasons.
It's been a huge year for climate and we have reached a critical point. If the government won't take action against big polluters, we will.
After three terms leading ACF as President, we thank Ian Lowe for his enormous contribution.
Clive Palmer's announcement that there would be proposed amendments to the nation’s carbon price was confusing. Perhaps a small primer is in order.
Today I decided to take a trip to one of my favouite places on the interwebs, the Australian Government Clean Energy Future website. But all I found was a bunch of 404s, more commonly known as the Coalition's Direct Action plan.
40,000 plus are marching today in Tokyo against nuclear power with a clear message for Australia to leave the uranium in the ground.
Many business leaders and politicians argue that when it comes to energy, the free market should decide.
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