14 June 18

Queensland LNP leader’s commitment to a “future without coal” a positive step

Queensland is also blessed with some of the world’s best wind and solar resources.

13 June 18

Adani's new water works must be subject to proper assessment under environmental law

Adani’s proposal to construct water infrastructure must be subject to a full and rigorous assessment under environmental laws.

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08 June 18

WWF & ACF: “We could be charged with espionage for doing our job”

Charities who hold the Australian Government to account on its environmental record could be charged under proposed foreign interference and espionage laws.

08 June 18

Minister Frydenberg must protect our alpine wilderness following reckless NSW feral horse bill

Minister Frydenberg could fast-track a threat abatement plan under national environment law to stop damage from feral horses.

06 June 18

Special exemptions from water rules for mining companies must be scrapped

Mining and petroleum companies have been exempted from water use caps at the expense of our rivers, aquifers and freshwater wildlife species.

05 June 18

Public spotlight needed on Kakadu uranium clean-up

Territory and national environment groups have called for public scrutiny and input into Energy Resources Australia’s (ERA) new report detailing plans for the clean up the Ranger uranium mine site in Kakadu.

21 May 18

AGL confirms polluting Liddell coal plant will close in 2022

Australian governments must get serious about the clean energy transition to solar, wind, batteries and pumped hydo.

21 May 18

Analysis: Revoking Adani’s environmental approvals would not raise sovereign risk

One of the last obstacles to rejecting the polluting Adani coal mine has been removed with an analysis by leading economist Saul Eslake finding no threat of damage to Australia’s credit rating if the project was stopped.