Bernard Keane October 3, 2016 20 Comments
Malcolm Turnbull says he has lots of solar panels. But the Coalition's hatred of renewable energy isn't so much about personal views as about the cash.
Bernard Keane December 14, 2015 36 Comments
The claim that coal is crucial to rescuing hundreds of millions of people in developing countries from poverty is now a key argument of the coal industry. It's a lie.
Michael Sainsbury August 31, 2015 2 Comments
The rise of cleaner energy sources adds a structural element to the ongoing downturn in demand for coal.
Crikey August 4, 2015
Coal companies are going bankrupt across the US. And other business tidbits of the day.
Bernard Keane December 16, 2014 8 Comments
Voters don't believe Tony Abbott will be around the lead the Coalition at the next election, today's Essential Report suggests, as the government ends the year trailing Labor.
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.
Glenn Dyer October 14, 2014 4 Comments
China's push for a new, World Bank-style global institution, along with its decision to reintroduce tariffs on coal imports, has wedged Australia into a precarious position.
Crikey April 23, 2014 3 Comments
Jewish links to parliament ... Will and Kate, is it OK to take pics of Uluru? ... unique O'Farrell protest ...
Crikey March 25, 2014 2 Comments
After successfully lobbying to overturn the conditions of its foreign investment approval, Chinese coal major Yanzhou has abandoned its takeover of Yancoal, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
Crikey Intern May 9, 2013 4 Comments
UNESCO has held off putting the Great Barrier Reef on its endangered list -- for now. Crikey intern Sasha Petrova finds out why the reef's in trouble and what the next steps are.