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The Queensland government can't be trusted with 'one-stop-shop' environmental approval powers, writes ACF's Saffron Zomer.
The Cape York regional plan poses an unacceptable risk to the Great Barrier Reef, writes ACF's Andrew Picone.
ACF's Jonathan La Nauze writes from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) General Assembly in Spain.
In a classic example of vested interests resisting change, politicians are considering winding back clean energy policies, such as the renewable energy target.
Tony Abbott has no excuse or mandate to put the promise of small time corporate profit ahead of the reality of severe and sustained human and environmental radioactive risk.
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
After years of debate and ill-fated plans, Australia is no closer to a lasting solution to nuclear pollution, writes ACF's Dave Sweeney.
This last week has seen a shift in the Abbott government’s war on nature. Nature, and the people who care about it, are fighting back.
If the fossil fuel power companies and the Federal Government succeed in tipping the energy market away from renewable energy, household power bills could skyrocket.
With state governments letting departments of mines handle environmental approvals, 'green tape' is being replaced with a rubber stamp, writes ACF's Wade Freeman.
In suggesting that world is not acting on climate change, and the United States’ new pollution-cutting regulations are akin to his own ‘direct action’ strategy, Prime Minister Tony Abbott is having a lend of the Australian people.
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