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The Australian’s environment editor heads to court over eco-resort stoush

A dispute over a planned eco-retreat in the Amazon sees The Australian's environment editor Graham Lloyd in court.

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Did The Australian misrepresent the ‘hippies of Nimbin’?

A recent anti-Greens hatchet job in The Australian has raised a few questions.

How climate denialists and fence-sitters are dealing with the country being on fire

With large parts of Queensland and New South Wales facing unprecedented bushfires, the climate 'sceptics' are playing a now familiar tune.

Oz readers turn on Graham Lloyd. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: pitchforks for Graham Lloyd … pick the lede … love for Clark …

Oz readers turn on Graham Lloyd. Plus other media tidbits of the day.

The Australian's readers turn on its environment editor.

Pitchforks out for Graham Lloyd

The Australian's readers turn on its environment editor.

Graham Lloyd wrote about Bob Brown in this morning's Australian. Herewith, former Greens leader <b>Bob Brown</b> responds.

Seven things Bob Brown wants Graham Lloyd to know about Tassie forests

Graham Lloyd wrote about Bob Brown in this morning's Australian. Herewith, former Greens leader Bob Brown responds.

The <em>Oz</em> takes the Government's lead on wind-turbine syndrome. And other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: gusts of nonsense … chequebook journalism …

The Oz takes the Government's lead on wind-turbine syndrome. And other media tidbits of the day.

The recent argument that the 2-degree limit cannot be translated into emission goals and budgets is unconvincing and demonstrates a deep ignorance of modern scientific developments, write climate scientists <b>Bill Hare</b>, <b>Michiel Schaeffer</b> and <b>Carl-Friedrich Schleussner</b>.

Surprise, the Oz wrong on global warming (again)

The recent argument that the 2-degree limit cannot be translated into emission goals and budgets is unconvincing and demonstrates a deep ignorance of modern scientific developments, write climate scientists Bill Hare, Michiel Schaeffer and Carl-Friedrich Schleussner.

The Press Council has handed down an adverse ruling against The Australian for a front-page article published in September last year that relied on a rapidly debunked Daily Mail story claiming the IPCC had revised down the rate of global warming since 1951.

‘Considerable concern’: Oz in hot water over climate denial errors

The Press Council has handed down an adverse ruling against The Australian for a front-page article published in September last year that relied on a rapidly debunked Daily Mail story claiming the IPCC had revised down the rate of global warming since 1951.

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