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Rundle: Fed Square’s censorship of Adani protesters is bad news for Vic Labor

Guy Rundle September 21, 2017 8 Comments

The management of Federation Square's decision to censor a political rally held by the "Stop Adani" movement will hurt Labor in Victoria.

Australia bets it all on India’s coal market

Australia bets it all on India’s coal market

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?

Modi talks up Adani’s Galilee project, but even generous subsidies might not be enough

Modi talks up Adani’s Galilee project, but even generous subsidies might not be enough

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.

While superpowers act on climate, Australia and India poised to double down on coal

While superpowers act on climate, Australia and India poised to double down on coal

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.

The curious case of Galilee Basin coal

The curious case of Galilee Basin coal

Paddy Manning August 6, 2014 2 Comments

Despite falling demand for coal and enormous climate consequences, the Abbott and Newman governments are pushing full steam ahead to open the world's biggest coal mines.