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Global tariffs the only way to end Australia’s climate criminality

With a corrupted political process and a media industry pushing climate denialism, the chances of Australia embracing effective climate action appear slim. The rest of the world is therefore justified in punishing a country that is becoming a climate criminal.

Centre Alliance MP Rebekha Sharkie, Liberal MP Dave Sharma and independent MP Zali Steggall

Fossil fuel influence targeted in fight to control climate agenda in next parliament

All across the country, Australians who have never been part of a political party are turning up and finding their voice.

Adelaide under lockdown (Image: AAP/David Mariuz)

Pope v Abbott … Bernardi v SA … a lockdown the Oz can get behind

News Corp not entirely opposed to lockdowns, you can always rely on Cory, and the AFP show us their priorities. Catch up with the latest tips and murmurs.

Walls close in around Morrison on climate

Australia risks becoming an international pariah if it maintains its climate denialism as its major trading partners embrace carbon neutrality.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison (Image: AAP/Lukas Coch)

Scott got bots in dot-com plot (and other news you may have missed)

Scott Morrison: bot collector? Plus: climate change is ruining guitars, and did COVID really kill a car race?

Lachlan and Rupert Murdoch (Image: PA/Doug Peters)

Murdoch’s Australia: a guide for aspiring MPs

News Corp campaigns relentlessly for governments that make it wealthier. Here's a simple guide to getting an endorsement.

Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. (The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images)

Japan’s net zero carbon by 2050 pledge is nothing compared with its 2030 cuts

In 10 years Japan will cut coal's 33% share of its energy production to 26%. That's one seriously big crisis for Australian coal exporters.

Scenes from Cyclone Yasi, 2011 (Image: AAP/Dave Hunt)

Visit beautiful Cairns before it’s 7 metres underwater! (And other news you may have missed)

Cairns may be set to see enormous storm surges, while the cash-starved national audit office loses even more in the budget (plus other stories you missed this week).

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High stakes, and getting higher, for Australia in Trump-Biden contest

Australia needs the US to lead concerted international action on issues like trade and climate. A re-elected Trump administration is unlikely to deliver either.

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Forget the lobbying. It’s the spin that wins on climate, report finds

When it comes to impacting Australia's climate wars, little can stand up to the fossil fuel industry's public spin.

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