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The politics of how to manage radioactive waste are getting hotter and dirtier, writes Dave Sweeney, our Nuclear Free Campaigner.
The renewables boom is leaving Australia stumbling, our Economic Adviser Simon O'Connor writes.
Opening the barrages will kill the Lower Lakes and Murray Mouth estuary, our Healthy Rivers campaigner Arlene Harriss-Buchan writes in response to the new campaign 'Myth and the Murray'.
If the environmental movement were to have one long-term goal it should be to make itself redundant, writes Ian Lowe, president of ACF.
The environment was left wanting in this year's budget - just at a time when it desperately needs a cash injection, writes Don Henry our CEO.
Australia can buy a lot of public transport for less money than it costs to expand the road network, writes Gail Broadbent our Sustainable Transport Campaigner.
Threatening words from some of the biggest of Australia’s big businesses are putting the government under significant pressure to bend to industry’s demands for carbon compensation, writes Simon O'Connor our Economic Adviser.
The Kimberley region of Western Australia has remained unspoiled for millennia. Tony Burke should recognise its value and add it to the heritage register, writes Denise Boyd our Campaigns Director.
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.
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