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ABC managing director David Anderson. (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

The ABC’s ongoing booze, pay problems… and be careful of the mushies

'Explosive letter' from Peter Woolcott, and Michael McCormack's ears are probably burning. Plus other rumblings from the Crikey grapevine.

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Tasmania is the kinkiest lockdown state (and other news you may have missed)

New data sheds light on just what Tasmanians (and the rest of us) have been watching while in lockdown. Plus other stories you missed from the week.

Minister for Energy Angus Taylor. (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

Party donors win big from government roadmap to more fossil fuel use

The government's energy plan involves gas and discredited carbon capture and storage — both coincidentally the raison d'être of its major donors.

Ray Martin in the ABC's At Home Alone Together (Image: iView)

A senator turns TV critic, nature isn’t healing, and COVIDSafe lovers time out.

You'll never guess which broadcaster a Liberal senator comes out swinging against, and where have all the app-spruikers gone? Plus other tips from the Crikey bunker.

How the environment could save the economy, post-pandemic

With the economic cost of climate inaction not an option, green research and development may be just the thing to jumpstart an economy ravaged by coronavirus.

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What the pandemic isn’t teaching us about stopping a climate catastrophe

Despite all the advanced warning of a pandemic, the world took little action to prepare for a coronavirus-style outbreak. Sound familiar?

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The lockdown is accumulating a debt that must be repaid to younger Australians

Young people are paying the highest price for our response to the crisis, and will be doing so for decades to come. We need to start repaying our debt to them.

Who are the 75 Australian ‘scientists and professionals’ who say there is no climate emergency?

Who is behind the latest petition attempting to throw doubt on the science of climate change — and who are the Australian signatories?

Federal Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese (Image: AAP/Bianca De Marchi)

Labor’s ‘zero carbon emissions by 2050’ promise is a fantasy. Here’s why

It sounds promising. But this is really just a tactic, and it's totally inconsistent with the science.

Former US President George Bush.

In terror and hope — the world’s 20-year wild ride

Evolution or devolution? A look back over the past 20 years of politics, technology, and wars of all kinds.