Jason Murphy June 9, 2016 5 Comments
Climate change and related flooding is not a surprise. Should we be paying for rich people to build new pools?
Crikey January 30, 2014 1 Comment
New Zealand is in big trouble, but it does not have to be. Kiwi columnist and broadcaster Rod Oram writes in GriffithREVIEW that the keys to New Zealand's salvation lie just outside its land, with a vast ocean of possibility.
Crikey January 9, 2014 4 Comments
The Abbott government has quietly cut funding to Pacific islands struggling with the impact of climate change. Nic Maclellan, a correspondent for Islands Business in Fiji, reports.
Crikey January 8, 2014 12 Comments
The impact of climate change means it's probably too late to save islands in the Solomons. So where will thousands of villagers go? Catherine Wilson reports on the looming displacement crisis.
Richard Farmer June 26, 2013
Can we kiss the Gold Coast goodbye? Plus other political views noted along the way.
Cathy Alexander January 17, 2013 11 Comments
The national broadsheet has issued a correction for a recent story which claimed rising sea levels were "not linked to warming". Read what was in the story, and what was wrong with it, here.
Cathy Alexander January 16, 2013 28 Comments
The Australian has backed down from its claim that sea rise is "not linked to warming" -- but to get the full story on the scientific paper at the heart of the controversy, read on ...
Crikey November 24, 2011 26 Comments
High-rating 2GB presenter Ray Hadley has unloaded again on Crikey and Tim Flannery over an allegation he hatched a plot with one of his neighbours to expose him as a climate change hypocrite.
Jason Whittaker November 23, 2011 60 Comments
Ray Hadley blasted Tim Flannery and Crikey over claims the 2GB host arranged a call to his program that sparked a flurry of criticism over his waterfront property. But Flannery is standing by his story.
Crikey June 8, 2011 16 Comments
New government reports found a "worst-case scenario sea level rise of 1.1 metres" within 90 years would have a devastating impact, with as much as $266 billion worth of potential damage, writes David Spratt, climate change analyst and author of Climate Code Red.