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It's crunch time for the people in power

07 October 16

Today’s COAG meeting of energy Ministers should work towards a coordinated national plan to transform Australia’s energy system.


Coal the real culprit for SA storms

29 September 16

The storms show the vulnerability of Australian cities to climate change, not the failures of renewable energy

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ACF appeals Federal Court decision on Adani’s Carmichael coal mine

19 September 16

The Australian Conservation Foundation has lodged an appeal to the Federal Court’s decision which found the approval of Adani’s Carmichael coal mine to be lawful.

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5 ideas whose time has come

It’s time to champion big ideas. And common sense. Like cutting pollution and powering our lives with clean energy from sun and wind. Creating strong laws to protect the air we breathe, the water we drink and the places we love. 

5 places we love

We love the web of life right across our continent, from the Kimberley to the Murray, from the reef right down the Great Dividing Range to Tasmania’s forests. We can connect and protect our mountain ranges, ancient forests, living reefs and life-giving rivers.