Richard Farmer July 8, 2013 6 Comments
You can get a bit carried away when politics is your game with the day-to-day happenings of who said what about whom or what. Which is why I regularly take the reality check of looking at those website listings of what people are actually clicking on.
Crikey May 24, 2013 31 Comments
Wandering cats are a menace to native birds and wildlife, but the cat "right to life" lobby is preventing them being euthanased. Gareth Morgan and Geoff Simmons of NZ's Morgan Foundation want a cat crackdown.
Crikey August 10, 2012
London has put on the greenest Games ever -- but problems remain with waste, buses, and journalists leaving the lights on, writes Shaun McCarthy, chair of the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012.
Andrew Crook August 2, 2012 4 Comments
Victoria's Environmental Protection Authority has sat on its hands and refused to prosecute companies and councils in flagrant breach of the state's environmental laws, a groundbreaking study has revealed.
Crikey June 22, 2012 10 Comments
The Rio+20 conference on the environment is a zombie summit, shuffling through its paces dead-eyed, toothless, empty-handed, writes Peter Christoff, associate professor of environmental policy at the University of Melbourne.
Richard Farmer May 10, 2012
A new document released by the ABS is designed to inform government decision-makers, policy analysts, scientists, industry and other groups on how environmental accounts could be used and further developed in Australia.
Crikey November 7, 2011 3 Comments
Crikey readers have their say.
Crikey September 29, 2011 5 Comments
The sick and dead animals coincided with dredging by Gladstone Port Corporation working on the massive LNG plant and pipeline being built in the harbour, writes Crikey naturalist Lionel Elmore.
Crikey August 5, 2011
Having read through annual reports of some of the most polluting companies on earth, it would be naieve not to be cynical about the extent of corporate greenwashing, writes John Hepburn.
Crikey July 13, 2011 2 Comments
Fergus Green, of Inside Story, unpacks the carbon pricing package to discover, at its core, a tension between fundamentally different visions for the future of Australia’s economy and environment.