Bernard Keane September 8, 2017 13 Comments
While everyone has assumed the Prime Minister wants to get a Clean Energy Target through his partyroom, what if his goal is actually to demonise Labor instead?
Bernard Keane September 6, 2017 16 Comments
Would you buy a used coal-fired power station from this man? Malcolm Turnbull insists we need to keep running old coal-fired plants to keep the lights on.
Guy Rundle March 16, 2017 29 Comments
Let Turnbull try to build his new dam. The seeds of capitalism's destruction are already sown.
Bernard Keane November 7, 2016 6 Comments
It should be a no-brainer for governments to proactively develop plans for local communities to deal with the closure of coal-fired power generators. Instead, they're reacting and leaving it to the private sector to drive policy.
Crikey August 5, 2015 2 Comments
Barack Obama has finally acted to regulate coal-fired power stations. The Climate Institute's Susan Cavanagh explains what it means for Australia.
Paddy Manning March 3, 2015 10 Comments
People on the ground are ready to make the transition to a non-mining economy, but the government and big mining companies are doubling down on coal.
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?
Paddy Manning November 26, 2014 13 Comments
Is Queensland's electricity grid caught in a death spiral due to its use of solar power? There are some flaws in the good professor's argument ...
Paddy Manning November 18, 2014 6 Comments
The Queensland government and Indian Prime Minister are both keen to mine the Galilee basin, but it will take more than goodwill to make the mines viable.
Crikey November 17, 2014 3 Comments
Crikey readers say coal is not finished and remind us of Jim Carroll's commitment to SBS.