Monthly Archives: December 2009

Lesson from last week: don’t leave it all to the politicians

It’s hard to know whether Tony Abbott’s accession to opposition leadership is a plus or a minus for climate policy, though early signs aren’t promising. One thing’s for certain: we would be foolish to expect our politicians to solve this … Continue reading

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Men without honour: how climate denial is wrecking the Liberal Party

On the conservative side of Federal Parliament are a cabal of climate change deniers who are determined to stop any action by Australia to lower its carbon emissions. In the process they are splitting the Liberal Party asunder. [1 December … Continue reading

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