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Why should taxpayers fund a slow and expensive energy option when alternatives are significantly cheaper and pose less risk? By ACF president Ian Lowe.
By Charles Berger, our director of strategic ideas.
The nuclear disaster in Japan sends a clear warning to Australia to steer clear of the risks of nuclear energy, writes David Noonan, our nuclear-free campaigner.
Australia doesn’t need to go nuclear, we’ve got the world’s best renewable resources, writes our nuclear-free campaigner David Noonan.
There are five good reasons for Australia to heed the lesson of Fukushima, writes ACF president Ian Lowe.
The spectre of a nuclear debate will delay and potentially damage Australia’s pathway to a clean, renewable energy future.
By David Noonan, ACF's Nuclear Free campaigner
Speaking in economic terms to those that control the purse strings of the nation is the only way our environment will receive the attention it deserves, writes Simon O'Connor our Economic Adviser.
Australia needs a fund to prepare for two disasters coming its way - climate change and biodiversity loss, writes Dr Paul Sinclair our Healthy Ecosystems Program Manager.
Floods of this kind can't be beaten, only curtailed by serious, long-term solutions, writes our president Ian Lowe.
A light rail link would be better than more freeways, write Gavin Gatenby from Ecotransit and Gail Broadbent, our Sustainable Transport campaigner.
As countries struggle to negotiate an international agreement on climate change, we are presented again with the incredibly complex challenge of how to cut global greenhouse gas emissions.
In the debate on the future of the Murray-Darling, we risk losing sight of the science that should determine how we treat this irreplaceable asset.
How do we deliver a transition that gives water back to the Murray-Darling at a level that not only slows its decline but improves its health, while looking after the communities that rely on the river?
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