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We have been relying on outdated and inappropriate techniques for measuring emissions from CSG, writes principal adviser at The Australia Institute Mark Ogge.

Chris Uhlmann joins Barnaby in blaming wind energy for SA’s blackout. They are dead wrong.

Chris Uhlmann joins Barnaby in blaming wind energy for SA’s blackout. They are dead wrong.

Giles ParkinsonSep 29, 201640 Comments

Uhlmann has publicly blamed wind energy for the recent blackout in South Australia.

How <em>The Australian</em> got it hopelessly wrong on wind energy

How The Australian got it hopelessly wrong on wind energy

Giles ParkinsonJul 22, 201611 Comments

The Australian got its facts wrong on wind energy in South Australia. Investments in wind have brought costs down.

Three minutes to midnight and our politics ignores the climate threat

Three minutes to midnight and our politics ignores the climate threat

Dr Andrew GlicksonJul 19, 20169 Comments

The further burning of vast carbon reserves is an attack on the human species, writes scientist Dr Andrew Glickson.

Is this the snowpocalypse or do we need to chill out?

Is this the snowpocalypse or do we need to chill out?

CrikeyJul 13, 20162 Comments

Is it really colder and more snowy than normal this winter? Is climate change to blame? Meteorologist and journalist Magdalena Roze explains.

Goodbye markets: Where the parties stand on climate change

Bernard KeaneJun 22, 201614 Comments

While climate change has been virtually ignored in the election campaign, Australia looks to be headed for a far more interventionist approach to carbon abatement.

Are we being stalked by rogue sharks?

Are we being stalked by rogue sharks?

Charlie LewisJun 10, 20165 Comments

The WA government has hunted and killed a shark after a surfer was killed, but the shark hunters have no way of knowing if they got the right beast, Crikey intern Charlie Lewis finds out whether it's safe to go back in the water.

For sale: waterfront property. Expected lifespan: maybe 50 years.

For sale: waterfront property. Expected lifespan: maybe 50 years.

Jason MurphyJun 9, 20165 Comments

Climate change and related flooding is not a surprise. Should we be paying for rich people to build new pools?

Labor's high-risk, half-baked climate policy shows up Turnbull's inaction

Labor's high-risk, half-baked climate policy shows up Turnbull's inaction

Bernard KeaneApr 28, 201614 Comments

Labor's climate policy is ill-defined but puts it significantly further ahead of a government still in the throes of climate denial and delusion.

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