Monthly Archives: June 2024

Peter Dutton’s high-risk nuclear gambit

How does this work? The Coalition lost the 2022 election in large part because its decades-old climate policy of pretence, denial and delay hit a wall. Now it’s heading for another poll promising more of the same while it experiments … Continue reading

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Is there a bias in our land carbon reporting?

How is Australia tracking towards its commitment to cut carbon emissions by 43 per cent by 2030, and to reach net zero by 2050, and how much faith can ordinary citizens have in the answers they get? These are the … Continue reading

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Specks of light amid gloomy prospects

Out of the gloom come glimmers of light, reminders that while climate change’s worst case scenario may be truly disastrous, there will always be reasons to feel better about the future.  Here’s a sampling from my inbox on just a … Continue reading

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