Bernard Keane August 25, 2015 27 Comments
Federal Court documents show that the government admitted it bungled the approval of the Carmichael coal project -- a failure it has refused to acknowledge in its campaign to gut a key Commonwealth environment protection act.
Bernard Keane August 20, 2015 15 Comments
The Federal Court has taken the rare step of correcting claims about its role in the Carmichael case, further undermining the government's insistence that "vigilante litigants" need to be reined in.
Josh Taylor August 19, 2015 20 Comments
Is "green lawfare" really destroying our economy and way of life? Er ...
Bernard Keane August 17, 2015 13 Comments
The government is complaining about "lawfare" against mining projects while inviting multinationals to sue it and score generous payouts.
Crikey August 13, 2015 1 Comment
Is Hockey quitting politics? ... the Marriage Alliance's Liberal Party links ... Abbott's Carmichael mine porkie pies ...
Bernard Keane August 6, 2015 15 Comments
The government's approval for the Carmichael coal project was flawed under its own rules. Greg Hunt's response is to change the rules -- but it still won't save this unviable mine.
Michael Sainsbury January 19, 2015 6 Comments
Tony Abbott has appointed Rio Tinto's CEO to the Australia-India CEO Forum, doubling down on Australia's commitment to mining coal for Indian consumption. What could possibly go wrong?
Alex Mitchell January 6, 2015 16 Comments
The Queensland election will come down to a question of what voters want more: coal seam gas and casinos, or to see Newman and Abbott kicked out of office.
Crikey November 28, 2014 3 Comments
Launching a chronicle of stupidity ... Adani's loan that's not a loan ... Christmas Party watch spies Redfoo ...
Paddy Manning November 13, 2014 5 Comments
Indian company Adani is the last man standing in the Galilee Basin -- and it looks like approval for a giant mine there is all but assured.