Monthly Archives: April 2024

A pledge to phase out fossil fuels

Passing the supermarket checkout is just one reminder that living carries a cost, and that cost is now rising across many economic sectors. In these circumstances we lean heavily on the ability of authorities to limit the damage until things … Continue reading

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A tragic failure of leadership

By definition, the world’s truest, most representative electoral system is also the world’s most accurate opinion poll. That poll has now revealed Tasmanians’ deep sense of unease at the state of the world they live in. And neither of the … Continue reading

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Clouds over Australia’s carbon credit scheme

When a highly reputable international science journal publishes a claim that the Australian public is paying huge sums for carbon capture that isn’t happening, the government has a choice: it can address the issue head-on, or double down.  With potentially … Continue reading

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