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Bigger than Adani: the NT ‘carbon bomb’ waiting to explode

Bigger than Adani: the NT ‘carbon bomb’ waiting to explode

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".

Matthewson: Turnbull should crash through on Finkel — he’s crashing anyway

Matthewson: Turnbull should crash through on Finkel — he’s crashing anyway

Malcolm Turnbull is almost certainly going to lose the next election, thanks to Tony Abbott's constant sniping and undermining. So he might as well go down fighting -- and what better cause than saving the Earth?

Business bites: VW’s emissions off … insurance deal soft …

Business bites: VW’s emissions off … insurance deal soft …

Volkswagen has been polluting much more than it had said it was. Whoops!

Don’t worry, big polluters, Hunt’s ‘safeguard mechanism’ won’t cost you a thing

Don’t worry, big polluters, Hunt’s ‘safeguard mechanism’ won’t cost you a thing

Pumping out more and more carbon emissions has never been easier than under Greg Hunt's pointless "safeguard" mechanism.

Repent, ye sinners: world about to end in a hellish blaze of carbon tax fury

Repent, ye sinners: world about to end in a hellish blaze of carbon tax fury

And Bill Shorten, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the carbon tax and wind farms had been thrown. They will be tormented forever, writes economist and prophet Tom Westland.

What the Gregs (Sheridan and Hunt) don’t get about emissions abatement

What the Gregs (Sheridan and Hunt) don’t get about emissions abatement

Conservative columnists and politicians are in lockstep on Direct Action. They're also wrong, writes Canberra economist Tom Westland.

Mayne: shareholder resolutions bring big four banks to carbon disclosure table

Mayne: shareholder resolutions bring big four banks to carbon disclosure table

The formation of the Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility represents the first serious grassroots attempt to improve shareholder democracy in Australia.

No DICE: Greg Hunt deceives the public about ‘clean’ coal project

No DICE: Greg Hunt deceives the public about ‘clean’ coal project

Greg Hunt's plan to reduce carbon emissions through cleaner coal is too little, too late.

Clive saved the CCA, but the polluters win out

Clive saved the CCA, but the polluters win out

The new climate deal between the government and the Palmer United Party will make little difference to curbing Australia's carbon emissions, writes John Connor, CEO of The Climate Institute.

Direct Inaction: nothing much green in Hunt’s white paper

Direct Inaction: nothing much green in Hunt’s white paper

Greg Hunt's Direct Action white paper makes a bad policy even worse by ensuring there'll be no consequences for businesses lifting CO2 emissions. No wonder it came out on the eve of a holiday ...