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Incoming CEO of the Australian Conservation Foundation, Kelly O'Shanassy, explains how working together can help us create a better future.
Australia has never had an independent examination of the best way to manage our nation's radioactive waste. It's time for that to change.
It's time the prime minister put the Tasmanian environment, science and the wishes of more than 90% of Australians ahead of his ideology.
The Bentley blockade shows the huge efforts Australians are going to, to protect their communities from the dangers of fracking.
Investment in clean energy innovation, jobs and pollution cuts are out while polluting multinational miners get greater subsidies.
The Murray-Darling Basin Plan just might set our nation’s hardest working river on a sustainable course. Or it could join the list of great Australian reforms that fell over in their implementation, writes ACF's Jonathan La Nauze.
Cape York Peninsula a unique opportunity for Abbott to leave a positive World Heritage legacy — but will he take it.
The Federal Government has signed another uranium export deal with a dubious overseas partner - and without inspecting the country's facilities. We need an independent inquiry, writes Dave Sweeney.
Australians are cottoning on to the games played by big miners and it turns out that no matter which way you spin it, they just don’t like coal all that much.
Uranium is not like any other mineral – and because Australia is home to around 40% of the worlds’ uranium, the decisions we make on the subject matter.
The chapter is closing on uranium mining in Kakadu. It's time Rio Tinto commence a considered and comprehensive Ranger exit strategy.
Some bad ideas just won't die. Making Australia the world's nuclear waste dump is one of them. A new report should remind us that even the waste we store now is unsafe.
The government's buckshot approach to deregulation puts at risk the vital protections that keep Australians safe and healthy.
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