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Trevor St Baker and the latest push for nuclear energy

Following the Government’s AUKUS alliance, we have seen a new push from nuclear advocates for a ...  
Wren's Week: Scott Morrison is destroying Australia's future inside and out

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has further damaged Australia's reputation both overseas and from ...  
Australia's approval of gas projects lighting climate change fires

The gas development in the Beetaloo Basin is guaranteed to accelerate and worsen climate change ...  
Morrison Government aspires to net zero — on climate action

What to do when you want to exude an image of not being a dinosaur in the world of climate poli ...  
China makes progress in fight against climate change

The Chinese Government is making progress in achieving a reduction in carbon emissions through its ...  
Government's climate change web of lies

Our political leaders will do anything to stay in positions of power, including deceiving the ...  
National Party’s emission plan: No coal executive left behind

The National Party appear to be the only people who think the Morrison Government takes climate ...  
'Sub-standard': Submarine deal botched by Morrison and his cronies

The Coalition's decision to tear up a deal with France is a masterclass in failure, writes George ...  
Climate education is essential for a better future

We need to teach future generations how to properly understand the effects of fossil fuel power ...  
Corporate 'greenwashing' a major obstacle in climate change fight

Businesses must stop "greenwashing" and take concrete steps to tackle climate change, writes G ...  
A betrayal of farmers: The Nationals are lackeys for coal

The National Party has abandoned farmers in favour of caving into the demands of fossil fuel ...  
The Nationals and Murdoch media support nuclear power ahead of COP26

On 1 September 2021, Senator Matt Canavan called for Australia to boycott the 2021 United ...  
Coal in China: The good, the bad and the ugly

While moving towards net-zero emissions targets, the Chinese Government is making an effort to ...  
Teenager steps up as AGL board nominee

An 18-year-old from Melbourne is the first climate activist to successfully nominate for the board ...  
Amid IPCC report, Young Liberals auction off lump of Adani coal

At a critical time for the climate and environment, the Young Liberals in the Australian Capital ...  
Angus Taylor's capacity markets a win for coal industry

The Energy Security Board has made a push for Angus Taylor's recommendation of capacity markets ...  
Microgrid power for a greener future

A debate has been sparked about the capacity of centralised power grids to deal with the exigen ...  
AGL keeps coal burning as business suffers

The Chairman of AGL Energy has admitted that the company is failing to meet emissions targets as ...  

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