Jul 19, 20169 Comments
The further burning of vast carbon reserves is an attack on the human species, writes scientist Dr Andrew Glickson.
CrikeyDec 14, 20156 Comments
Open-cut mines turned into beautiful lakes, what could be wrong with that? Freelance writer Tom Doig is sure the citizens of the valley 500 years in the future will enjoy them.
Dec 8, 20158 Comments
We need a strong agreement and we need it yesterday, writes deputy CEO of The Climate Institute Erwin Jackson.
Giles ParkinsonApr 8, 201512 Comments
In many ways, the Coalition's energy white paper is a predictable piece of backward-looking falsehoods. But it does make some surprising concessions to a future of renewable energy.
Feb 20, 2015
If we want to improve health, we need to vote for parties that commit to focused policies over the long term, writesTim Senior, GP and a senior lecturer in indigenous health at the University of Western Sydney.
CrikeyDec 16, 20144 Comments
There were no binding commitments out of the Lima climate summit, to the dismay of many. But it is a small step on the path to the larger climate talks in Paris next year, writes University of Melbourne's Chair of Political Science Discipline Professor Robyn Eckersley.
Dec 11, 20141 Comment
Delegates gather in a well-off district to spend hours parsing language on climate change agreements, while protesters outside shout slogans. Neither side is accomplishing much, writes journalist Marcus Priest in Lima.
Oct 3, 201416 Comments
The recent argument that the 2-degree limit cannot be translated into emission goals and budgets is unconvincing and demonstrates a deep ignorance of modern scientific developments, write climate scientists Bill Hare, Michiel Schaeffer and Carl-Friedrich Schleussner.
Jane CaroMay 21, 201410 Comments
Surprise! The budget is not only cruel and horrific, it's worse than you'd thought. The Coalition has broken so very many of its election promises, just to stick the boot into the poor, sick and old.