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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 ...  
Coalition changes stance on renewable energy and is now relying on 50% target

After proclaiming that 50% renewable energy would wreck the economy, now the Coalition is relying ...  
'Coal-addicted': Government must shift to smart energy

Smart devices are ready to flood the energy market, forcing prices down, writes Paul Budde.   
Bushfire disaster blame falls on coal companies

Our government's insistence on using coal as an energy source can be directly linked to the ...  
What the quiet Australians will get from the Morrison Government

We’ve heard a lot about Scott Morrison’s so-called “quiet Australians”, but what are they ...  
Australia is the great 'white' hope for the global nuclear industry

The global nuclear industry is in crisis but that doesn't stop the pro-nuclear lobby from peddling ...  
The Coalition is falling even deeper into denial

An appearance by Liberal member Jason Falinski on Q&A has revealed the Coalition's denial over the ...  
Don’t shoot the messenger: Environmentalism and hypocrisy

It's easy to find fault in some people trying to help save the planet, but there is a grey area ...  
Expert emissions panel stacked in Angus Taylor's favour

A panel of experts assembled to help with emissions reductions is led by those in favour of fossil ...  
Australia’s energy policies are doctors’ business

The Government's insistence on clinging to fossil fuel technology continues to have consequences ...  
Institutional corruption is keeping the coal fires burning

Corruption at a Government level is preventing the switch to clean energy and the demise of the ...  
Australia proud of its coal use and carbon emissions

In international circles, Australia is unashamedly promoting the use of its coal, writes Michael ...  
Doubts over viability of new mining and gas projects

Last week in Narrabri, Santos signed a "Heads of Agreement" with Perdaman to 'further study and ...  
Climate strike set to be a Coalition wake-up call

Despite warnings and scientific advice, our Government hasn't budged on the issue of climate ...  
HELEN CALDICOTT: Small modular reactors — same nuclear disasters

The Morrison Government has opened the door to the notion of nuclear power as peddled by the ...  

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