Paula Matthewson September 20, 2017 52 Comments
Shooting for Turnbull on energy policy, Abbott and Credlin's latest misfire only alienates them further from their own voters.
Crikey September 18, 2017 11 Comments
Despite the dire warning of climate scientists, underpinned by the current spate of extreme weather events around the world, the government appears to be bent on promoting coal-fired power generation, writes Earth and Paleo-climate scientist Andrew Glikson.
Ben Sandilands September 15, 2017 1 Comment
What will we learn about Saturn from Cassini's doomed mission?
Guy Rundle September 13, 2017 26 Comments
In attempting to keep Liddell going, Turnbull’s government has gone to war against every single principle of capitalism and the free-market.
Crikey September 13, 2017 7 Comments
The objective of NEM's replacement authority would be the provision of a stable, reliable and affordable supply of energy while managing a transition to a zero-carbon economy, writes economist John Quiggin.
Sally Whyte September 12, 2017 6 Comments
The Turnbull government really wants someone, anyone, to buy the Liddell coal-fired power plant. But lessons from Hazelwood should remind any potential buyer that an ageing, dying power plant is often more trouble than it's worth.
Crikey September 4, 2017 4 Comments
Media reports like the phrase "once in 50 years" to describe catastrophic weather events. But as earth and paleoclimate scientistDr Andrew Glikson writes, those events are no longer rare. And we know why.
Crikey September 4, 2017 3 Comments
The east coast of the continent is considered one of the worst deforestation areas in the world today. Freelance journalist Nick Rodway reports.
Crikey August 8, 2017 10 Comments
Electricity prices are a hot topic at present. Amidst the welter of claim and counter-claim as to what is the cause of higher electricity prices, there has been remarkably little use of the available evidence, writes former head of Prime Minister and Cabinet Michael Keating.
Guy Rundle August 2, 2017 14 Comments
The usual storm in a tinfoil hat.