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The climate change strike: from a student who was there

The climate change strike: from a student who was there

A first-hand account of the day students worldwide took the day off school to protest for climate change action and a better future

Not kids anymore: climate students march with worldly passion

Not kids anymore: climate students march with worldly passion

The right continue to infantilise school students who have opinions. It's a bizarre and flawed example of generational thinking.

Not waiting for Canberra: how powerful investors are taking on climate action

Not waiting for Canberra: how powerful investors are taking on climate action

Shareholders are demanding real action on climate change, but how can they make businesses deliver?

Students don’t just have a right to protest, they have an obligation

Students don’t just have a right to protest, they have an obligation

Crikey readers respond to student protests, data encryption, climate change and the ABC.

Could an independent body solve emissions policy? History says no.

Could an independent body solve emissions policy? History says no.

Crikey readers debate the effectiveness of a hypothetical independent body to solve climate change.

Buying reusable coffee cups won’t solve our environmental problems

Buying reusable coffee cups won’t solve our environmental problems

For most middle-class Australians, resuable coffee cups and biodegrabale products are an easy way to be 'green'. But what does it achieve?

‘Head in the sand 101’: what the world media thinks of our commitment to the environment

‘Head in the sand 101’: what the world media thinks of our commitment to the environment

We have the best minister in the world as our environment minister! So surely we are an environmental world leader, right? Crikey intern April Dudgeon finds out that is not so much the case.

Tim Costello: please, no ‘funny money’ games with the poor

Tim Costello: please, no ‘funny money’ games with the poor

As tomorrow's Federal Budget looms, it is vital that the Australian government avoids funny money games and is transparent in the outlay of all its funds, writes World Vision CEO Tim Costello.

Minister for coal out of step with climate change action

Minister for coal out of step with climate change action

Darren Lewin-Hill led a group of four local climate campaigners meeting with their federal MP, Energy and Resources Minister Martin Ferguson. They weren't encouraged by his rhetoric.

State of the planet

State of the planet

Global warming responsible for western droughts ... US study concludes major crop losses from climate change by 2030 in world's poor areas ... Garrett powers back to climate change action ... Green groups cry foul as UK claims progress towards Kyoto targets ... Geese solve climate change issue