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Finkel’s purse may not be silk, but at least it’s a purse

As a climate plan it’s second-rate, but it’s our best chance to end the climate wars. It can be no surprise that Tony Abbott looks with great suspicion on the review into the security of our electricity supply led by … Continue reading

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Climate plan is key to Tasmania’s economic future

Matthew Groom’s “climate action plan” is also an economic blueprint. [8 December 2015 | Peter Boyer] One of the key lessons emerging from the Paris climate conference is to avoid unbridled optimism or hopeless cynicism. As always, answers and solutions … Continue reading

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Exactly what are we stealing from our children?

Using the budget bottom line as the sole measure of our future viability begs some huge questions. [27 May 2014 | Peter Boyer] For a change, here’s a positive thought about this year’s federal budget: it’s based on the very … Continue reading

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