Adani’s latest plans represents a material weakening of protections for Queensland groundwater.
The key design elements needed for government underwriting of dispatchable energy to ensure it supports clean projects that support cheap wind and solar, not new dirty coal.
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The NSW bill will ensure damage from feral horses on the sensitive alpine environments of Kosciuszko National Park continue and increase, despite the numerous threatened species and rare ecosystems that call the park home.
The current $34 million shortfall in Reef 2050 Plan funding committed by 2020 could increase dramatically, potentially to more than $385 million.
Would actions by an Australian Government to stop the Adani Carmichael mine from proceeding constitute an increase in Australian 'sovereign risk'?
Advice to ACF on whether the Carmichael Coal Mine can be stopped under the EPBC Act.
Since 2013, the proportion of total Commonwealth spending devoted to the Federal Environment Department has nearly halved.
A new coal-fired power station in North Queensland is estimated to cost the community up to $3 billion to build and $230 million a year in health, pollution and government subsidies