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Do we really want the Greens to go away?

Public support for the Greens seems to be slipping, yet their message is more important than ever. State polls in Tasmania and South Australia and a federal by-election in Melbourne this month are food for thought for the Greens – … Continue reading

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For all the legitimate criticism, Paris was a triumph

The Paris agreement did not win scientific approval, but it did set processes in motion for a better future. [15 December 2015| Peter Boyer] The Australian who was on everyone’s “must see” list at the Paris climate conference wasn’t Malcolm … Continue reading

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