Rio Tinto could do worse than relocating its global headquarters to Australia if it wants to repair its rocky image.
The Minerals Council has launched a desperate PR campaign to try to win Aussies over.
Record levels of fossil fuel donations were pumped into our political system last year. Advocates for climate action were totally outgunned.
The persistence of climate denialism in Australian politics reflects the wealth of mining and energy companies prepared to use a deeply flawed political system to wield power.
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While the Coalition government has many climate denialists in its ranks, fossil fuel companies can also wield systemic power to make sure the political system works in their interests, not the community's.