Despite the failures in Copenhagen and beyond, the government’s Clean Energy Future policy continues to be based largely on an outdated model, writes Fergus Green at Inside Story.
Australia should not quit protecting future generations from dangerous global climate impacts, writes John Connor.
Yesterday I lodged a submission with the Garnaut Review warning that most of the agenda of Australia's worst polluting industries remains intact, writes Guy Pearse.
Israel and Antony Loewenstein ... the Haneef inquiry ... the baby bonus ... organ donation ... McDonalds in hospitals ... Kyoto ...
Howard, Rudd and the cult of personality ... Kyoto and climate change ... Brendan Nelson ... the ABC expands ... binge drinking ... Joe Hockey ...
What precisely has the Government done, now that we’re officially part of the climate change solution rather than the problem? Bernard Keane writes.
Carbon and Environment Daily spoke to UN climate chief Yvo de Boer about Australia's ratification.
Public humiliation is a sobering experience. In my poll predictions I picked the bleeding obvious in New South Wales and completely misread Queensland, writes Paul Comrie-Thomson.
The question for Bali and beyond is: with leadership like the Howard government, what kind of commitments can we realistically expect from developing countries when it comes to Kyoto? I was a little surprised that the Labor Party this week so willingly allowed the government to beat them over the head with Garrett's Kyoto fumble, given the latter’s track record on the issue, writes Ian McHugh.