Crikey August 6, 2008
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Crikey July 23, 2008 1 Comment
When Bairnsdale locals found out that 40 black swans had been shot in a DSE authorised cull, the contacted ABC's Stateline with the story. That's when it got interesting, writes Lionel Elmore.
Crikey July 17, 2008 1 Comment
It's not too late for Rudd and Wong still have a chance to lead from the front, writes Greens senator Christine Milne.
Crikey June 19, 2008 1 Comment
Pollies have one final chance to save the lower reaches of the Murray river. Will they take it? Thoms Hunter investigates.
Crikey June 17, 2008 3 Comments
Meaty snippets from the home of government plus the daily reality check and the pick of other people's political coverage. Richard Farmer writes.
Crikey May 2, 2008
Will a momentary break in the consumption of oil and the production of plasma screen TVs aid the fight against climate change, or hinder it? Professor Quentin Grafton tells.
Crikey April 24, 2008 1 Comment
The Rudd Government is continuing down Howard’s tropical forest protection road with the PNG-Australia Forest Carbon Partnership. But there could be stumbling blocks, writes Paul Winn, Greenpeace Forest and Climate campaigner
Crikey April 17, 2008 4 Comments
Judging by the participants of the climate change group at the 2020 Summit, it seems the Government might still be hanging onto the false hope that geosequestration is going to save the day for coal, writes Helen Oakey.
Crikey April 16, 2008 7 Comments
CCS is experimental, unproven technology at the scale required, and if it works the majority of CCS deployment will not occur until the second half of this century, writes David Spratt.