CrikeyFeb 10, 20176 Comments
A new educational program aims to get children looking at coal with as much love as Scott Morrison does. As discovered by satirist Ben Pobjie.
Feb 9, 201723 Comments
Coal production is falling and the best forecasts show coal consumption starting to decline within a decade. But the government continues to spruik it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
CrikeyFeb 2, 20171 Comment
An all-Australian nursery rhyme about the National Party, its hapless leader Barnaby Joyce, and the country's dutiful leader Malcolm Turnbull.
Nov 21, 20162 Comments
Whether coal prices provide a decent budget bounce will depend on what sort of winter China has as the Xi regime moves to ensure heating supplies, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.
CrikeyOct 4, 20166 Comments
Crikey readers respond to the previous day's edition.
Sep 16, 20163 Comments
Phasing out coal production would have a negligible impact on our economy, writes director of research at The Australia Institute Rod Campbell.
CrikeyMay 5, 2016
Another day, another coal miner in trouble. Not that anyone in Canberra thinks that's a problem. Plus other business tidbits of the day,
CrikeyJan 12, 2016
Could oil be headed for under US$20 a barrel? Plus other business tidbits of the day.
CrikeyDec 15, 20152 Comments
Crikey readers discuss politics and conservation.
Bernard KeaneDec 14, 201536 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.