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Well, that didn't take long: Frydenberg flips on climate review

Well, that didn't take long: Frydenberg flips on climate review

Bernard KeaneDec 7, 201628 Comments

What climate review? Josh Frydenberg denies that he said what he said yesterday.

Stop kidding yourselves we'll take any climate action

Stop kidding yourselves we'll take any climate action

Bernard KeaneDec 5, 201612 Comments

The government has ratified the Paris Agreement -- but still has no policies for how to achieve the targets it has signed up to, and the review announced today is unlikely to change that.

Ineffective Green Army dishonourably discharged

Ineffective Green Army dishonourably discharged

Anthea BatsakisDec 5, 20164 Comments

Tony Abbott's Green Army failed, in many cases, to actually protect endangered species, writes Crikey intern Anthea Batsakis.

One Nation v science

One Nation v science

Jordan FermanisDec 1, 201618 Comments

One Nation has been making quite a few claims about science and climate change. Luckily, scientists are very happy to set the record straight, writes Crikey intern Jordan Fermanis .

Despite Trump, things are looking up on climate action

John ConnorNov 22, 20161 Comment

Positive signs are emerging at Morocco climate change conference, writes CEO of The Climate Institute John Connor.

What glows in the dark and has four penises?

What glows in the dark and has four penises?

Rachel RobertsonNov 18, 20163 Comments

Crikey intern Rachel Robertson takes us through 10 of the oddest animals recently discovered.

We read Bjorn Lomborg's taxpayer-funded book so you don't have to

We read Bjorn Lomborg's taxpayer-funded book so you don't have to

Myriam RobinNov 15, 20164 Comments

So, did you get your money's worth? Well ...

Australia's climate policies take centre stage in Morocco

Australia's climate policies take centre stage in Morocco

John ConnorNov 14, 20161 Comment

Now is the time for Australia to build credible and scalable national policy for 2030 targets and beyond, writes CEO of The Climate Institute John Connor.

Even rain can’t stop the parade on day one of Morocco climate conference

Even rain can’t stop the parade on day one of Morocco climate conference

John ConnorNov 8, 20161 Comment

The Morocco climate talks have kicked off, and the stakes couldn't be higher, writes Climate Institute CEO John Connor.

Coal seam gas wells could be far more dangerous than we first thought

Coal seam gas wells could be far more dangerous than we first thought

Mark OggeOct 26, 20164 Comments

We have been relying on outdated and inappropriate techniques for measuring emissions from CSG, writes principal adviser at The Australia Institute Mark Ogge.

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