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Topic: denialism
Then treasurer Scott Morrison brandishing coal in the House of Representatives in 2017 (Image: AAP/Mick Tsikas)

How climate denialism was mainstreamed in Australia

There’s nothing inevitable about the alignment of the right with denialism.

A (follow-up) guide to Australian denialism

Australia has its fair share of those who reject scientific consensus (and common wisdom).

IPA donor Gina Rinehart

How one think tank poisoned Australia’s climate debate

One of the Institute of Public Affair's greatest successes has been to stitch climate denialism into the very fabric of the conservative political identity.

What we lose with the decline of mainstream science journalists

"There are huge demands on journalists now, and if they don't have access or the knowledge of the right sources, they can get things wrong."

News Corp’s science denialism won’t be forgotten

Crikey readers respond to News Corp's role in climate denialism and the politics of erasing Palestinian identity.

Alan Jones and opponent of "deep green alarmism" Kevin Donnelly. (Image: AAP/Ben Rushton)

Are Alan Jones and Co responsible for science denialism?

Or are Jones and his ilk more likely to influence politicians, rather than change minds within the general population?

A guide to Australian denialism

From climate change denialists to anti-vaxxers, Australia has its fair share of those who reject scientific consensus (and common wisdom).

Dear Malcolm Roberts, this is how science works

Like democracy, science, and the scientific process, are flawed, but they are still preferable to the crackpottery of Malcolm Roberts, write Tom Osegowitsch and Angela McCabe.

Moncktongate has now become a political and moral test for Tony Abbott, whose principal political action to date has been to exile climate-change denialism from the political mainstream.

Rundle: will Mad Monk be brought low by madder Monckton?

Moncktongate has now become a political and moral test for Tony Abbott, whose principal political action to date has been to exile climate-change denialism from the political mainstream.

From climate change to evolution, <em>New Scientist</em> is running a great series of special reports into denialism: how it works, how it spreads, how companies manufacture it, and why it's so hard to fight.

The science of denial

From climate change to evolution, New Scientist is running a great series of special reports into denialism: how it works, how it spreads, how companies manufacture it, and why it's so hard to fight.