World leaders will soon gather in Paris in December for the UN Climate Change Conference. Meanwhile, in Australia, a live debate is underway that will dramatically alter Australia’s environmental and economic future, writes Matt Rose.
All over the world political leaders are being held to account for irresponsible climate policies by a growing community of people who want to see swift decisive action on climate change. The Canadian election provides the latest example, writes Suzanne Harter
The rise of Malcolm Turnbull to the Prime Ministership and the reshuffle of the ministry has undoubtedly changed the atmosphere in which policies and work to protect Australia’s environment are being considered and undertaken, writes Matt Rose
Pope Francis will address to the US Congress and UN General Assembly, and it's a chance for Malcolm Turnbull to re-align Australia with mainstream global momentum on climate change, writes Victoria McKenzie-McHarg
Public transparency is at a loss when there are links to the coal industry on both sides of politics - while community groups looking to protect the environment are labeled as extremists, writes ACF economist Matt Rose
While Prime Minister Abbott and Foreign Minister Bishop have been strong supporters of selling Australian uranium to India, many others, including key Australian diplomats and insiders, remain far more circumspect, writes Dave Sweeney