Monthly Archives: June 2019

Standing up for the powerless and the unborn

The Climate Justice Network takes on a brief for future generations Last week Hobart put itself in the history books by becoming the first Australian state capital to declare a climate and biodiversity emergency. Take a bow, councillors. Words are … Continue reading

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Cheer up – things aren’t as bad as they may become

But government recalcitrance is making it tough for the optimists There are a thousand ways to skin a cat, but very few good ones. There are a thousand “solutions” to the climate crisis, yet it remains a crisis. Something’s not … Continue reading

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This is Angus Taylor’s moment. Is he up to it?

The Coalition is running out of time to get its climate policies in order. Angus Taylor, our newly-minted minister for energy and emissions reduction, is at a crossroads. The path he chooses will have a defining impact on emissions abatement … Continue reading

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