13 October 17

Corruption in environmental decision-making

How principles of ‘anti-corruption’ can and need to be applied to government decision-making regarding environmental approvals, planning and natural resources.

02 October 17

A Fistful of Dollars

Adani’s Preferential Treatment by Federal, State and Local Australian Governments

09 November 16

Our energy future: A plan to transition Australia to clean energy

This is not a matter of ‘we should do this’ or ‘we’d be wise to.’  It's simpler. We must.

12 September 16

Licence to kill: Commonwealth approval for Adani’s Carmichael mine

A new report by the Australian Conservation Foundation and the Environmental Defenders Offices of Australia that finds the conditions the federal government set when it approved Adani’s Carmichael coal mine are woefully inadequate and will not protect the environment as claimed.

10 August 16

The winds of change: An analysis of recent changes in the South Australian electricity market

A report looking at the reasons behind the recent spikes in electricity prices in South Australia.

29 July 16

Greasing the Wheels

The systemic weaknesses that allow undue influence by mining companies on government: a QLD case study

14 June 16

Ground truths: taking responsibility for Australia's mining legacies

A report by the Mineral Policy Institute that highlights systemic and structural failures in the regulation of mine closure and rehabilitation in Australia.