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Coalition announces major road spending splurge

Coalition announces major road spending splurge

Good morning, early birds. The Coalition has announced a cash injection into its Roads of Strategic Importance highway program, as Labor announces its major emissions package will not use Kyoto Agreement carry-over credits. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Morrison wanted mass detention centres for refugees

Morrison wanted mass detention centres for refugees

Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison allegedly planned to build mass-detention centres for asylum seekers on community bridging visas, and the Coalition and Greens push for respective media reforms. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.

Not waiting for Canberra: how powerful investors are taking on climate action

Not waiting for Canberra: how powerful investors are taking on climate action

Shareholders are demanding real action on climate change, but how can they make businesses deliver?

The government sneaks one final energy lie into 2018

The government sneaks one final energy lie into 2018

The Coalition couldn't let the year tick over without one last, glaring sign that they've abandoned their climate responsibility.

The government does what it can to keep temperatures rising

The government does what it can to keep temperatures rising

Crikey readers respond to the government's burying of emissions figures.

Turnbull sweats as temperature rises on climate policy

Turnbull sweats as temperature rises on climate policy

Malcolm Turnbull was always going to have to deal with climate change and denialists within his ranks. But Donald Trump has started that a little earlier than expected.

Stop kidding yourselves we’ll take any climate action

Stop kidding yourselves we’ll take any climate action

The government has ratified the Paris Agreement -- but still has no policies for how to achieve the targets it has signed up to, and the review announced today is unlikely to change that.

Despite Trump, things are looking up on climate action

Despite Trump, things are looking up on climate action

Positive signs are emerging at Morocco climate change conference, writes CEO of The Climate Institute John Connor.