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After directly fuelling the disaster at Fukushima, Australia should have taken steps to review and reconsider its role in the global nuclear trade
There’s no market, there’s no expertise, and there’s no need for Australia to become the world’s nuclear waste dump
While Australia is stuck with 20th Century energy and policies, the rest of the world is changing, writes ACF President Geoff Cousins
While most Australians pay tax on every litre of fuel consumed, the fuel tax credits scheme enables certain privileged industries to have this tax refunded.
The royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle was a Trojan horse for potential international radioactive waste disposal in outback Australia
Like its short-lived predecessor, the Palaszczuk government seem just as reliant on the outdated framing of jobs, infrastructure and royalties from the resource sector
Climate science allows us to look ahead to changes in our community. But that's all at risk with the latest job cuts
The quest to protect Tasmania’s ancient forests and world famous wilderness is familiar to most Australians. But climate change is now adding new threats to Australia's most loved and iconic places
Feeling the heat? You're not imagining it. Temperatures are rising, writes Imogen Jubb
Continuing down mine shaft will leave us with a dinosaur economy, writes ACF's Hannah Aulby
It's not even Christmas and already we are seeing signs of extreme weather conditions in Sydney, Melbourne and other parts of eastern Australia
The fossil fuel industry's direct access to the highest office in the country speaks of a pernicious dynamic.
For over two decades global leaders have been negotiating the future of the planet on your behalf. In Paris, they must listen to the vioce of the people.
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