Monthly Archives: April 2019

Adani approval is political madness

Scott Morrison and Melissa Price have have only made the Adani mess a whole lot worse. Whichever way you look at it, federal approval of Adani’s giant Carmichael coal project was pure madness. Its politics were at best highly questionable. … Continue reading

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Fire and emergency chiefs are scared. Who’s listening?

At last, a warning that no political leader in their right mind would ignore For many years I have avoided focusing too much on scientists’ personal thoughts about the future of the global climate. Like them and many others, I … Continue reading

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Bill Shorten’s climate blueprint

Electrifying transport, boosting renewables and tightening pollution controls are the linchpins of Labor’s climate plan For all the chatter about surpluses, the budget was only the second most important economic event last week. First by a country mile was Bill … Continue reading

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