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Is the Snowy Mountains Scheme the achievement of the Coalition or Labor?

Is the Snowy Mountains Scheme the achievement of the Coalition or Labor?

Both Labor and the Coalition have tried to take credit for the Snowy Mountain Scheme. Which party is right?

Protesters win on points at IMARC 

Protesters win on points at IMARC 

Melbourne is becoming losing territory for climate destroyers. As the crisis intensifies, this kind of protest will be more and more common. 

Australia's lost decade

Australia's lost decade

From energy policy to Indigenous recognition, the government's lazy approach has left the country to stagnate.

Coal-loving Morrison scolds China over emissions

Coal-loving Morrison scolds China over emissions

Australia may be the world’s third-largest exporter of CO2 in fossil fuels, but blaming China is much easier than dealing with our own shoddy emissions record.

Privately funded solar farm looks to make hay while the sun shines

Privately funded solar farm looks to make hay while the sun shines

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes wants to build a massive solar farm in the NT. It'd be one of the biggest infrastructure projects in Australian history... funded by private companies and Aussie entrepreneurs. 

The good news the government didn't want to hear

The good news the government didn't want to hear

The fact that renewable energy is in the best interests of all Australians is a clear as daylight; whether Angus Taylor will make the sensible decision on the matter is as clear as mud.

Is Australia really destined for a hydrogen boom?

Is Australia really destined for a hydrogen boom?

There are calls for Australia to commit to a future of hydrogen-based renewable energy. But like most energy solutions, the reality is not so simple.

Australia's renewables revolution goes far beyond energy

Australia's renewables revolution goes far beyond energy

Bob Brown's opposition to a new wind farm project isn't a sign of failure, it's a further victory. The way we live is fundamentally changing.

South Australia’s blackout has become a political talisman

South Australia’s blackout has become a political talisman

Let’s be explicit about this: South Australian wind farms did not shut down because the winds were too low or high.

How we get ourselves out of energy chaos

How we get ourselves out of energy chaos

Enough time has been wasted. The transition to a zero-carbon energy system is not simple, but what we need to do is very clear.