How did Greg Hunt win an award that Greens deputy leader Scott Ludlam says “sounds like something his mum made up”? As the satire ramps up, confusion emerges about exactly who was responsible.
In Malcolm Turnbull’s latest effort to distance his government from the climate policies of his predecessor, Tony Abbott’s Green Army has been slashed.
Monday’s Trans Pacific Partnership agreement has sparked anger among green groups who say it is a betrayal of the environment, a disaster for climate policy, and a boon for the fossil fuel industry.
Negative resource trends, climate change and rising energy demand mean we urgently need to find a new approach to electricity supply. How can we speed up the process?
Coalition wants to change law to make it harder for green groups to challenge mining projects. A new line of attack built around lies.
Attorney General George Brandis believes a recent court decision backing an environmental group is an illegitimate use of the law. Is he right?
There is a way to finally get off the outdated jobs-versus-environment seesaw – and many of the lessons for QLD are relevant for other parts of the country too.
New science has shown that long-held notions about trying to “save the planet” and preserve the life we have today no longer apply.
Billions of dollars of broken promises in the Abbott government’s first budget for low-emission and renewable energy programs. RET next.
Our environmental problems have largely remained the same over the past 15 years. What’s changed is the scale of action now needed to fix them.