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The Australian government continues its anti-environment stance, doing everything it can to keep climate change off the G20 summit agenda.
The US-China agreement points towards a world where Australia will have deep and binding emissions cuts forced upon it.
After being blocked in the senate earlier this year, the federal government has this week pushed forward with its contested plans to reintroduce fuel excise indexation.
Instead of being India’s dirty fuel friend, Australia can build a sustainable energy relationship with the India by helping boost its growing renewables industry.
Last week, Environment Minister Greg Hunt declared victory in the Coalition’s five year battle against carbon pricing. In less than a week, international developments have revealed how short-sighted his climate policies are.
The government’s RET proposal as it currently stands would squash Australia’s great potential in clean energy development.
The need to protect our rivers, pristine or not, has never been greater. Uranium poses a great threat to Cape York's rivers.
As an international biodiversity conference meets in South Korea this week, all evidence points to the need for federal not state oversight of Australia’s biodiversity commitments.
This weekend, most of Sydney will be focused on Sunday night's rugby grand final. While South Sydney are the sentimental favourites, most would agree that it's only fair if the best team wins.
Queenslanders have more reason than ever to be concerned about uranium mining in the sunshine state, with mining companies now afforded more rights than the community.
Around the world, the winds of climate action are blowing in one direction, writes ACF’s Victoria McKenzie-McHarg.
Weakening the RET by adopting the recommendations of the Warburton Review would amount to an act of economic and environmental vandalism.
Three years on from Fukushima, it's time for a genuine inquiry into the domestic and international costs and consequences of Australia's uranium trade.
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