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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 ...  
No legal protection for Victorian and SA koala populations

Governments in South Australia and Victoria have failed to provide adequate wildlife legislation ...  
Degrowth economy: The climate solution no one is talking about

The time is upon us to consider economic degrowth and stop exploiting our planet's finite resou ...  
Corporate spin: Meat industry denies accelerating climate change

Growing global meat consumption threatens to derail the Paris Agreement, but that hasn’t stopped ...  
Bayer ends U.S. sale of glyphosate herbicides

Bayer announced that it will halt the sale of glyphosate-based herbicides to consumers in the U.S. ...  
In the climate movement, women are failing women on #MeToo

I am no spring chicken, so when I joined Extinction Rebellion, I felt like I was ready for the ...  
Microgrid power for a greener future

A debate has been sparked about the capacity of centralised power grids to deal with the exigen ...  
Sussan Ley keeps environment a national emergency

Environment Minister Sussan Ley continues her record of destruction to Australia's endangered ...  
Pillaged forests like the Pilliga must be protected for future generations

The Pilliga Forest is a significant water, biodiversity and carbon sink resource, yet governments ...  
Talisman Sabre: When the environment becomes collateral damage

A major military training exercise being held in Queensland could spell long-term disaster for the ...  
AGL keeps coal burning as business suffers

The Chairman of AGL Energy has admitted that the company is failing to meet emissions targets as ...  
Call to Morrison Government for coastal and marine commission

One of Australia's most prominent conservationists is urging the Morrison Government to do more in ...  
Coalition's fossil fuel obsession threatens Great Barrier Reef

The Morrison Government is attracting global criticism of its multi-pronged effort to delay the ...  
Billionaires spend buckets on beating each other in space race

Billionaires have been battling it out, spending dollars and carbon at a huge rate in a bid to win ...  
Climate change spelling doom on a biblical scale

Various religious organisations around the world are supporting the science behind world-ending ...  
The Coalition is sinking in the uncharted waters of the Murray Darling

Deals between the Liberal and National parties could further imperil water policy and spell a dark ...  
Sussan Ley to appeal duty of care order

Sussan Ley will appeal a Federal Court order that she has a duty of care to protect young people ...  
Federal Court finds Sussan Ley owes duty of care

The Court has ordered that the Federal Environment Minister owes Australia’s young people a duty ...  

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