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Investing in a more sustainable energy future

With the economy coming to a stall, the Federal Government should remap Australia’s energy ...  
Fukushima nine years on: Warnings for Australia

The anniversary of the Australian uranium-fuelled Fukushima nuclear disaster is no time to open ...  
The Narrabri Gas Project should not go to the Independent Planning Commission

Based on the NSW Government's failure to comply with safety recommendations, the Narrabri Gas ...  
Wren's Week: Bettina Arndt condemned, Matt Canavan attacks net-zero policy

Bettina Arndt is facing criticism over comments on the murder of Hannah Clarke while Matt Canavan ...  
One cheer for Labor’s 2050 zero net emissions target

If Labor plans to keep its promise of emission reductions by 2050, serious action must be taken as ...  
Gas and resource companies prevail over common good

The Government has prioritised the interests of resource companies over rural communities and the ...  
HELEN CALDICOTT: The dangers of nuclear power in Australia

Long-time anti-nuclear campaigner and writer Dr Helen Caldicott believes the risks of nuclear ...  
Labor strategies for the 2022 Election

After its failure to win government at the 2019 Election, Labor needs to rethink its strategies ...  
Dear ScoMo: KFC employs more Australians than thermal coal sector

Australia's protection of the coal mining industry doesn't add up from an evidence and economics ...  
Canavan goes: Leaves 10,000-year toxic legacy

Matt Canavan has resigned the Resources Ministry, but the radioactive waste he signed off on has ...  
Government handling of Narrabri Gas Project leaves future uncertain

A proposed gas project in NSW is raising a lot of questions concerning the project's management ...  
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 ...  
Santos abandons chemical waste on public road

Santos has questions to answer over a 2016 incident, writes Johanna Evans.  
Broadband-driven smart energy developments will change the market

The business model for most electricity suppliers is becoming outdated with advancements in smart ...  
Measuring the bushfire tragedy and what we can do  next

Now that the damage has been done, it's time to think forward to how we can prevent another ...  
Transporting nuclear wastes across Australia in the age of bushfires

Considering Australia's current bushfire crisis, Noel Wauchope questions the logic in transporting ...  
The global hypercentre phenomenon

With an ever-growing population, tech companies are trying to find efficient ways to keep up with ...  
Adelaide 2020: A just transition for Australia

Australia has a chance to lead the way towards repairing the damage done to our planet through ...  

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