12 April 17

New legal advice - NAIF investment in Adani coal infrastructure likely illegal due to financial risks

The company directors of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) are likely to be in breach of their duties if they approve a loan for a controversial coal railway in Queensland, according to legal advice received by Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF).

31 March 17

Palaszczuk to put Adani before Queensland with secret water licence deal

Palaszczuk government is set to grant a water licence for Adani to suck millions of litres of groundwater for its mega-polluting Carmichael Coal Mine in secret.

30 March 17

Coal closure inquiry: squabbles in Canberra while workers and climate suffer

Coal workers and energy security will continue to suffer due to the inability of the major parties to enable rapid shift from coal to renewables.

21 March 17

Radioactive repeat: federal radioactive waste "Groundhog Day" increases uncertainty

A small town on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula is again in the frame as a site for Australia’s nuclear waste despite being ruled out of consideration less than one year ago because of deep community concern and opposition to the plan.

16 March 17

Fantastic you’re finally talking renewables instead of coal Mr Turnbull but don’t take us back to the 50s either

ACF cautiously welcomes Snowy Mountains hydro-electric scheme announcement.

16 March 17

Geoff Cousins leads stop Adani mine India tour: delivers letter from eminent Australians

High profile delegation of Australian citizens to deliver letter to Adani in India.

 

07 March 17

State of Environment shows need to increase funding for Australia’s wildlife, reefs, rivers and forests

Big polluters, mining companies and land clearers continue to greedily grab nature’s gifts – our forests, rivers, air and seas – and exploit them for profit.

06 March 17

Days away from a state election, light years away from responsibility

Serious concerns about radioactive waste contanimation of groundwater.