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World leaders will soon gather in Paris in December for the UN Climate Change Conference. Meanwhile, in Australia, a live debate is underway that will dramatically alter Australia’s environmental and economic future
In this year’s budget the federal government has allocated funding for what could become a ‘Dirty Energy Finance Corporation’ for Northern Australia.
Investment in clean energy innovation, jobs and pollution cuts are out while polluting multinational miners get greater subsidies.
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.
Droughts are set to be more frequent, longer and more severe. By not pursuing action on climate change, the government is failing farmers.
Getting behind renewable energy industries has the potential to revive Australia's manufacturing sector, writes ACF's Dugald Murray.
With Australian car manufacturing in terminal decline, the government needs to establish new industries to fill the void. Renewable energy is an opportunity going begging, writes ACF’s Dugald Murray.
The debate around high grazing in Victoria continues for only one reason - and that's because it has the potential to determine the next state election.
Climate change, left unaddressed, is presenting a risk that will outpace adaptation by even the most well-resourced and innovative farmers.
After just 100 days in government, Prime Minister Tony Abbott has waged a war on environmental programs.
John Howard combined populism with serious policymaking, and left an impressive environmental legacy.
Tony Abbott's infrastructure vision needs a rethink if we want our life support systems not to be overrun.
For the past three years, the question of how to streamline project approval processes has dominated conservation policy debates.
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