Monthly Archives: November 2020

Looking back on this year of wonders

The exceptional experience of living through 2020 Our memories of this remarkable year will depend entirely on our circumstances. It has been a horrible year for people confronted by summer’s monster fires, or laid low by COVID-19, or damaged by … Continue reading

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The dangerous folly of ignoring carbon emissions

Scott Morrison’s climate policy paralysis sets a dishonourable example for the world Joel Fitzgibbon has fumed for years over Labor’s pursuit of stronger carbon abatement – anathema to the coal industry. So it was no surprise to see him quit … Continue reading

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Australia will feel heat from Biden’s win

Democracy was a winner last week. But the US election result will put pressure on climate laggards, and that includes us. Joe Biden’s election victory last week was momentous because Donald Trump challenged US democracy. However we might feel about … Continue reading

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