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Seven reasons why small modular nuclear reactors are a bad idea for Australia

There are several reasons why it would be a bad idea for Australia to jump aboard the bandwagon of ...  
Say goodbye to southwest Sydney koala population

Despite the survival of the southwest Sydney koala population being critical, a major development ...  
Angus Taylor and the Coalition press the nuclear button

Energy Minister Angus Taylor and the nuclear boosters in the Coalition are prone to accept ...  
Why it's a climate emergency

Despite continuing loud outcries from professional climate deniers such as Andrew Bolt, there is ...  
Beach or ashtray: How cigarettes are destroying nature

Cigarette litter hurts our beaches, wildlife and ecologies, writes Bianca Caruana.  
Dingoes save wildlife and improve stock grazing

Dingoes have long been considered a natural pest, but perhaps it's time we worked with them ...  
Farming the wind: The cost on our environment in order to save it

While wind farms provide a clean source of energy, producing them can have detrimental effects on ...  
Adani arrest draws attention to Australia's global harm

The arrest of a French journalist has focused a spotlight on Australia's contributions to global ...  
Climate change is a huge threat to 'national security'

With rising sea levels, Pacific island states will look to Australia for leadership or refuge ...  
Barbarians at the gate: Don’t let them destroy Murray Valley National Park

John Barilaro intends removing statutory protections of the 42,000 hectare Murray Valley National ...  
Slaughtering koalas — the Liberal Party way

The South Australian Liberal Government is proposing to "cull" koalas and other threatened nati ...  
If Adani was a wind farm

If the Adani Carmichael coal mine was a wind farm there would be 4.7 times more Aussie jobs.  
Victoria has just opened Australia's largest plastic recycling plant

A new $20 million, state-of-the-art plastics recycling plant has opened in Somerton, Victoria and ...  
Wren's Week: Australia, the laughing stock of the world

This week, John Wren delves into our Prime Minister's obsession with religion and why our nation ...  
Unconventional violations of human rights by the gas industry

A recent tribunal has determined that the unconventional gas industry is violating human, social ...  
UK and EU carbon neutrality will challenge Australian climate policy

While the EU makes every effort to reach carbon emission reductions to save the planet, Australia ...  
Sanctioned water theft

Following the Four Corners exposé on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, executive editor Michelle ...  
Australia's recycling waste time bomb

There's much to be done if Australia is to solve its waste management crisis, writes Dr Peter ...