October 5, 2010 7 Comments
According to The Australian's letter writers, the prestigious Royal Society now has "serious doubts" about the science of climate change leading it to a "startling retreat" from previous statements.
September 13, 2010 37 Comments
The Gruen Transfer encourages Australia’s young "best and brightest" to devote their lives -- not to finding a cancer cure, teaching indigenous kids or campaigning against climate change -- but to making clever TV ads for front groups created by the tobacco industry.
June 28, 2010 95 Comments
Julia Gillard doesn't get climate change, and those hoping the Labor Government will make a marked policy shift will once more face disappointment.
June 10, 2010 9 Comments
The Victorian government continues to engage with scientists on climate manipulation techniques, despite vehement criticism that it funded a conference looking at the last-resort geoengineering methods.
March 8, 2010 56 Comments
Accusation of criminality against leading climate scientists takes the denialist campaign of harassment and intimidation to new lows.
January 28, 2010 159 Comments
Fran Kelly and the ABC are the latest victims to fall prey to notorious climate change sceptic Lord Monckton's media manipulation. Why did Kelly not question her controversial guest and his preposterous claims?
January 12, 2010 72 Comments
One thing’s for sure, Viscount Monckton of Benchley -- the “high priest” of climate scepticism soon to tour Australia -- does not lack self-belief. His significance on the world stage is enough for him occasionally to forget himself and rewrite his biography.
December 21, 2009 36 Comments
The spirit of the Copenhagen summit was marked by a degree of fractiousness, pig-headedness, selfishness and deviousness not seen at previous UN conferences.
December 17, 2009 24 Comments
Kevin Rudd has arrived in Copenhagen early, but the star of the show is Mohamed Nasheed, the President of the Maldives, who has become a new symbol of hope -- or perhaps wishful thinking.
December 15, 2009 15 Comments
The tectonic plates of global politics shifted in Copenhagen last week, and it was tiny Tuvalu that exposed the rift, calling for large, high-polluting developing country to take on legally binding emission reductions.