Good morning, early birds. Today in the election campaign Labor is expected to focus on Indigenous health and climate issues, and South Australian independent senator Tim Storer will not be seeking re-election next month. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Crikey readers discuss the approval for the Adani coal mine and the topic of fixed election dates.
Good morning, early birds. Queensland Environment Minister Leeanne Enoch has said the federal Coalition's approval of the Adani coal mine "reeks of political interference", and Labor is set to announce funds for electric car manufacturers. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
A first-hand account of the day students worldwide took the day off school to protest for climate change action and a better future
Good morning, early birds. Attorney-General Christian Porter is under fire for appointing a former staffer to a lucrative position in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, and Scott Morrison announces funding for the Snowy Hydro 2.0 scheme. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The NEG died and Adani didn't. Crikey reviews 2018 in energy policy.
Good morning, early birds. Adani has announced plans for the imminent construction of a scaled-back version of its Carmichael coal mine, Justin Milne and Michelle Guthrie renew their public stoush, and students in Sydney and Melbourne are expected to stage a walk-out in protest of climate change inaction. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
By itself, Queensland’s proposed Adani coal mine would result in 5 billion tonnes of carbon-dioxide greenhouse gas emissions. Clearly, Adani is a "carbon-bomb".
By George, I don't think he's got it when it comes to winding back changes to legal "standing". CEO of the Climate Institute John Connor writes: