Monthly Archives: January 2017

A government at a crossroads

It’s time Tasmanian leaders accepted responsibility for mitigating climate change. Will Hodgman’s government is nothing if not busy when it comes to getting the message out. In the past month it has put out 126 media releases – over four … Continue reading

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Where is Turnbull in the renewable revolution?

While Malcolm Turnbull and his ministers bang the coal industry drum, renewable energy is powering along. Whatever happened to Turnbull’s spirit of innovation? Just over a year ago, amid much fanfare, Malcolm Turnbull announced the program that he wanted to … Continue reading

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