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It turns out you can put a positive spin on the climate crisis

In Senate estimates this week, a senior Department of Environment official spruiked the supposed benefits of climate change. God help us all.

Frydenberg’s dual roles: a perfect storm for the environment?

Does having an environment minister also responsible for mining help or hinder the task of reducing emissions?

The government has decided to put the Climate Change Authority and Clean Energy Regulator under the purview of the Environment Minister. Not that you'd know it from reading the bill. Freelance journalist <b>Marcus Priest</b> reports.

How the government is sneakily taking over the Climate Change Authority

The government has decided to put the Climate Change Authority and Clean Energy Regulator under the purview of the Environment Minister. Not that you'd know it from reading the bill. Freelance journalist Marcus Priest reports.

In the wake of the damning Green Loans audit, the ANAO has released its audit of the insulation program, and found many of the same problems.

ANAO: Environment bungled a program and misled the minister … again

In the wake of the damning Green Loans audit, the ANAO has released its audit of the insulation program, and found many of the same problems.

The death of 15-year-old Nick Delaney in the Blue Mountains is a reminder that in the bush, even with experience and preparation, things can go tragically wrong. Even official safety advice needs cross-checking.

Bushwalking: cross-check everything, even official advice

The death of 15-year-old Nick Delaney in the Blue Mountains is a reminder that in the bush, even with experience and preparation, things can go tragically wrong. Even official safety advice needs cross-checking.

The Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, put in place by the Howard Government in 2000, isn’t working, writes <b>Bernard Keane</b>.

Howard act fails to protect Australia’s biodiversity

The Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, put in place by the Howard Government in 2000, isn’t working, writes Bernard Keane.

Tips and rumours

I’ve heard (from an employee) that the federal Department of Environment is censoring their publications to make sure no document is released that contains the term “environmental refugee”. It seems that Howard and Turnbull don’t even want to be told that this could be a huge problem if they don’t do anything about climate change. […]

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