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What does each state want from the NEG?

What does each state want from the NEG?

The Council of Australian Governments meets today to have their say on the NEG, and not every state and territory is going in with a smile.

A tale of two RETs

A tale of two RETs

News Corp can't make up its mind.

Shorten’s Super-RET: dumb economics, but smart politics?

Shorten’s Super-RET: dumb economics, but smart politics?

Bill Shorten's higher RET is intended to exploit the gap between voter enthusiasm for renewables and Tony Abbott's pathological hatred of them. But it's not the best way to achieve decarbonisation.

Rundle: Abbott’s gutting of renewables is not just dumb, it’s treason

Rundle: Abbott’s gutting of renewables is not just dumb, it’s treason

Renewable energy is helping Australia make the transition from private to socialised power. And that scares the pants off Big Energy.

Poll Bludger: Abbott versus wind farms and the RET

Poll Bludger: Abbott versus wind farms and the RET

If Abbott wants to wedge Labor, attacking the environment might be the safest option.

Dark cloud for solar in watered-down RET

Dark cloud for solar in watered-down RET

The good news is the Abbott government has finally agreed to a Renewable Energy Target. The bad news is it is nowhere near where it should be.

Budget losers: climate agencies up in smoke

Budget losers: climate agencies up in smoke

Like true conservatives, the Coalition's leadership team thinks the best environmental strategy is to defund every climate science body but boost spending for a bunch of people to pick up litter.

What the energy white paper should’ve said

What the energy white paper should’ve said

Crikey readers discuss the energy white paper and other issues of the day.

Essential: voters sour on the economy and Hockey

Essential: voters sour on the economy and Hockey

Voters are gloomy about the state of the economy, but they want a stronger Renewable Energy Target, not a watered down one, this week's Essential Report shows.

The cheap, easy way Abbott can win votes — and maybe save the planet

The cheap, easy way Abbott can win votes — and maybe save the planet

There's a very easy way for Abbott to get a substantial part of the electorate back on side ...