19 March 15

Big polluters report - Dirtiest players must reform

While the Prime Minister believes ‘coal is good for humanity’, his views will be challenged as the world prepares for crucial UN climate talks in Paris later this year, writes ACF president Geoff Cousins

11 March 15

Fukushima four years on – what lessons has Australia learnt?

Fukushima remains a profound human, economic and environmental tragedy - and Australian uranium exports must shoulder some of that blame, writes Dave Sweeney

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10 March 15

Let's talk about climate

In an interview with ACF's James Norman, Naomi Klein asks: What if part of the reason so many of us have failed to act is not because we are too selfish, but because we are utterly overwhelmed by how much we do care?

06 March 15

Marcia Langton should go back to the drawing board on mining agreement praise

Declaring mining agreements a success in Aboriginal communities after reviewing less than two percent of agreements seems a stretch, writes Dave Sweeney

06 March 15

Lifting India out of poverty and pollution

India’s air is cutting 660 million lives short by about three years, while nearly all of the country’s 1.2 billion citizens are breathing in harmful pollution levels, writes Kelly O’Shanassy

05 March 15

Govt report locks in intergenerational theft

By ignoring one of the most important policy areas facing government’s globally – climate change – the Intergenerational Report has fallen over the first hurdle, writes Matthew Rose

04 March 15

Queensland’s 'beautiful but fragile' environment needs attention

The importance of the environment in the recent Queensland state election is beyond doubt, writes Andrew Picone

04 March 15

South Australia's uranium Royal Commission fails public interest test

It's vital that the South Australian royal commission into uranium mining does not become a taxpayer-funded nuclear industry promotional platform, writes Dave Sweeney