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The Government puts business ahead of the environment

The writing is on the wall for the environment. And it doesn't look good.  
Keeping our promises: We can't let the Great Barrier Reef die

While we've been consumed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Great Barrier Reef has continued to endure ...  
The Morrison Government’s coal addiction defies reason

Our politics has been institutionally corrupted by the pushers from the vested interests of the ...  
No, Scott Morrison hasn't changed since bushfire crisis

Has our Prime Minister's demeanour improved since the beginning of the bushfire crisis?  
Unpaid volunteers are the backbone of the bushfire response

Better coordination and planning can reduce the severity of Australian bushfires, writes Greg ...  
The Coalition's climate policy is an international embarrassment

Scott Morrison's Government is missing a prime opportunity to invest in renewables and change our ...  
Antarctica and the unprecedented bushfire emergency

The link between greenhouse gases and climate change was a well-established scientific fact ...  
Bushfire-ravaged communities take future into own hands

Bushfires and other manifold impacts of global warming will only cause further isolation unless ...  
Dutton and Pezzullo's bushfire emergency failure

The role of the Department of Home Affairs is clear.  
Australia's coal production directly killing animals like the koala

If we want to prevent koalas being burned alive then Australia needs to stop burning coal.  
World's water bombing fleet idle as Australia burns

In April last year, 23 former fire and emergency services chiefs attempted to warn Prime Minister ...  
Notorious climate denier Craig Kelly at it again

Official figures reveal the Liberals’ foremost climate change denying MP, Craig Kelly, resorted ...  
Economic estimates don't account for tragic bushfire toll

Professor John Quiggin believes that GDP and economic calculation cannot capture the full value ...  
Dutton and Pezzullo's culpability for the bushfire crisis

Dutton and Pezzullo took on responsibility for the prevention of, preparation for and recovery ...  
A climate disaster levy might just be a good idea

A climate disaster levy could provide the best mechanism to address significant environmental ...  
New Year's Eve in an incinerated NSW South Coast apocalypse

We were lucky. Pure and simple. A confluence of events allowed us to avoid the otherworldly fire ...  
The tiny town of Braidwood is running out of water

As the NSW Southern Tablelands enters its third dry summer, one tiny town faces water restrictions ...  
Raging bushfires are Australia's Hurricane Katrina

The bushfires in NSW have been grossly mishandled, writes Tarric Brooker.  
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