Companies like Chevron, BHP Billiton, Shell, AGL and Woodside are trying to pressure the government into taking away the tax-deductible status of environmental lawyers, writes Piers Verstegen, director of the Conservation Council of WA.
The billionaire is under attack on four fronts, with the media business and oil and gas draining his wealth.
APA wants to build a billion-dollar pipeline to connect the gas supply in the Northern Territory with the east coast. And that might not be such a bad idea ...
James Price Point looms as another zombie fossil fuel project -- but that's not stopping the WA Premier.
At first glance Prime Minister Tony Abbott's deregulation agenda would appear to play into the hands of companies struggling to gain development approval.
We make far more money from coal and gas than uranium exports, so if worldwide uranium demand collapses and is replaced by demand for coal and gas it is fabulous news for the national economy.
It seems that the idea of what MPAs are meant to protect the marine environment from has reversed since the declaration of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, writes Crikey natulralist Lionel Eelmore.