Decisions made on the other side of the world can have major implications for local workers and communities, writes Hannah Aulby
Common ground and sound policies were absent but there was a fair dollop of sophistry and distortion, writes Paul Sinclair
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Last week, just days after the Federal budget was handed down, 49 species of plants and animals were quietly added to the national threatened species list, writes James Trezise
Approving new coal mines like the massive Adani mine in the Galilee Basin has no place in the 21st century, writes Paul Sinclair
Terms like ‘harmless’ waste are misleading and downplay the seriousness of the problem with nuclear waste, writes Dave Sweeney.
What the budget revealed was that the Government's conception of economic transition is extremely narrow, and lacks vision or a coherent narrative, writes Matt Rose
Australia is becoming a land of ghost mines – where companies that have profited from the mining boom are abandoning old depleted mine sites without taking responsibility for their environmental impacts, writes Hannah Aulby
A re-thinking of Queensland’s vegetation management laws needs to happen now, writes Andrew Picone
Chernobyl’s legacy and Australia’s uranium