30 October 18

Address to the National Press Club

Making the climate election by Kelly O'Shanassy, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Conservation Foundation

08 March 17

Our land abounds in nature’s gifts – but not for long, if our leaders fail to protect them

Funding for conservation has been in dramatic decline since 2013 and now only amounts to 5c in every 100 dollars of taxpayer expenditure.

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01 March 17

Australia's climate pollution levels rising, Turnbull and Frydenberg failing

New data shows the federal government's climate policies are simply not working.

22 February 17

Federal government is not into coal as much as into stopping new wind and solar

Getting the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in coal is a part of an ongoing campaign to destroy renewable energy investment in Australia.

14 February 17

Australia/Ukraine uranium deal – because Fukushima turned out so well

Australia, the nation that fuelled Fukushima, should not sell uranium to the country that gave us Chernobyl.

08 December 16

Funding Adani would be Turnbull's Trump moment

Australians will not stand by while the Great Barrier Reef becomes a bleached wasteland and our Prime Minister entrenches Australia's dependence on a dirty, declining industry, writes Geoff Cousins.

05 December 16

National Parks bring prosperity, so how about a little more funding?

A recent announcement to increase Queensland’s national parks and reserves by 366,000 hectares is not only good for the environment, but it’s also good for the State’s economy

30 November 16

Major parties push a losing uranium sector to India at great risk

With little fuss or fanfare, Australia's two major parties have this week passed an innocuous enough sounding law with very far reaching implications.