Monthly Archives: April 2019

Bickering over an evaporating resource

Expensive deals done in private have made no difference to the Murray-Darling’s environmental woes. Our biggest river system is dying. What do Charleville and Toowoomba, Broken Hill and Bathurst, Bendigo and Horsham, Morgan and Mount Barker and Canberra have in … Continue reading

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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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