Monthly Archives: June 2022

The true cost of Woodside’s climate bomb

Most informed people have long accepted the science that says human use of fossil fuels is destabilising Earth’s climate. Many who once said this was rubbish now seem to have caught on too. The question now is not whether we … Continue reading

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This is Tasmania’s chance to reset

Back in 2008, parliament passed a law establishing the Tasmanian Climate Action Council, people with specialist knowledge able to help the government understand the science and its implications and come up with workable ideas. The council’s useful work on emissions … Continue reading

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The continuing emergency of our time

A couple of weeks ago, climate change and energy minister Chris Bowen and assistant minister Jenny McAllister sat down with a group of retired fire and other emergency chiefs to get their heads around Australia’s disaster preparedness. The spokesperson for … Continue reading

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