Monthly Archives: December 2017

The calculated negligence of withholding climate data

The Turnbull government is concealing massive policy failure I’m seeing red this Christmas. It’s happened in years past, but now at the end of 2017 it’s deeper and darker than ever. I don’t mean the red in shop windows or … Continue reading

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“A massive, surging, irresistible force”

The Australian government seems to take little pride in the fact that a handful of our doctors has won the world’s top gong. Malcolm Turnbull is rarely stuck for words, but the award of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize to … Continue reading

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Al Gore’s endless, ever-hopeful mission

While his government dismantles environmental laws and sacks climate scientists, Gore’s mission of a lifetime continues. Al Gore is the great optimist of the global movement for climate action. While warning about the dangers of global warming, the former US … Continue reading

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