Crikey December 14, 2016 15 Comments
And what will we see once we embrace cheap renewables? An end to the internal combustion engine, for a start, writes freelance journalist Doug Hendrie.
Crikey July 21, 2015 1 Comment
Crikey readers discuss sustainability and other issues of the day.
Guy Rundle July 20, 2015 38 Comments
Renewable energy is helping Australia make the transition from private to socialised power. And that scares the pants off Big Energy.
Crikey June 1, 2015 7 Comments
The Grattan researchers forgot quite a few things about Queensland, writes economist and University of Queensland academic John Quiggin
Crikey May 27, 2015
Spam is going organic. And being nice to people is a winning business strategy.
Bernard Keane January 28, 2015 1 Comment
The government continues to fall in voters' estimation on important policy issues, but a large number of voters still think it's too soft on asylum seekers, Essential Report shows.
Crikey Intern December 10, 2014 6 Comments
Two small Australian towns want to become 100% powered by renewable energy. Crikey intern Diana Hodgetts looks at some overseas examples and finds 100% renewable is nice, but not always 100% reliable.
Paddy Manning December 8, 2014 32 Comments
Author Naomi Klein has issued a rallying cry for decisive action on climate change and an end to global inequality. And, bad luck, she says the solar panels on your roof are not going to cut it
Crikey December 3, 2014 4 Comments
Crikey readers have their say on Abbott's long presser, the great source of energy just above our heads, and the future of the Right.
Crikey July 14, 2014 47 Comments
Ian Plimer, an ally of Gina Rinehart, has written a new book criticising environmentalists and casting doubt on climate change. Renewable energy expert Dr Mark Diesendorf does some fact-checking.