Category Archives: Australian Youth Climate Coalition

The value of a street education

School students, facing a lifetime of climate chaos, have every right to protest in the streets. A few words last week from Scott Morrison and his resources minister, Matt Canavan, could only have widened an already obvious gap between them … Continue reading

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A new generation tackles climate change

With the final nail in the climate policy coffin driven home, younger Australians take up the battle Former CSIRO climate scientist John Church is now free of the constraints of government service and able to speak his mind. He did … Continue reading

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How the government is digging itself into a hole

While the Turnbull government trumpets the success of its “energy guarantee”, business makes what plans it can for a renewable future The climate-energy debate continues to confound with its endless detours, allegations, subterfuges, spin, deception and downright lies. A fortnight … Continue reading

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