October 29, 2012
When is wind power a problem? When it produces so much that other countries can’t cope with the supply. Leave a comment
August 23, 2012
Fracking to go ahead in Sydney One comment
August 17, 2012
Marine Climate Change report card – CSIRO Leave a comment
June 18, 2012
Coalition stops Environment Minister from attending Sustainable Development conference. That’s the joke. Leave a comment
March 28, 2012
LNP begins to dismantle clean energy projects Leave a comment
March 16, 2012
Don’t want the Great Barrier Reef dredged? Too fucking bad. Leave a comment
November 9, 2011
SA Greens daring to question the motives of ALP/Lib government Leave a comment
October 27, 2011
Electric car infrastructure starts roll out in Qld Leave a comment
October 4, 2011
Organic more profitable, productive than chemical and fertiliser soaked farming (and even GM) Leave a comment
September 23, 2011
“… less snow is falling … and that ain’t happening because the world’s getting cooler” Leave a comment
September 16, 2011
Wait, the rest of Australia’s still struggling with this? It’s been working in SA for… forever One comment
August 19, 2011
Bligh: Greens choosy with science (ed: yes, choosing the science that’s peer-reviewed and not funded by corporate interests) 2 comments
August 8, 2011
Paraphrasing Mike Rann : “I’ll quit, but I just absolutely have to give part of the state to a mining company first.” Leave a comment
August 5, 2011
Coalition climate policy would cost jobs! Leave a comment
August 3, 2011
“THE coal seam gas industry has conceded that extraction will inevitably contaminate aquifers.” Leave a comment
July 28, 2011
Greens-lead anti-mining proposal successful. Coverage by Murdoch press in …+++carrier lost+++ Leave a comment
July 7, 2011
France bans fracking. Leave a comment
Video of the dust-bowlification of Arizona Leave a comment
July 6, 2011
First solar power tower to feed the grid for 24 consecutive hours. Leave a comment
July 4, 2011
No, Harvey Norman, No! Leave a comment
June 30, 2011
Bob Brown doesn’t like chinese food Leave a comment
June 21, 2011
Fielding almost redeems himself Leave a comment
June 16, 2011
“Most days the Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun or The Australian publish headlines that collectively look like an anti-action campaign on climate change.” Leave a comment
June 14, 2011
An open letter from the scientific community regarding climate change Leave a comment
May 25, 2011
ALP to Greens – “Frack you!” Leave a comment
BHP getting sued for fracking up Arkansas Leave a comment
May 24, 2011
Radical Greens don’t want you to be able to set your tap-water on fire. WTF is their problem? One comment
Does your nuclear lobby have no credibility after Fukushima? Import a fresh face to generate new discussion, without all that pesky “baggage” 2 comments
May 23, 2011
The argument that humans are too small to affect the planet in any serious way just doesn’t hold up against the facts Leave a comment
May 13, 2011
Remember that nuclear meltdown thing that “progressives” and “environmentalists” were worried about? Guess who was right. Leave a comment
May 9, 2011
Australia’s case against Japanese whaling finally on way to international court Leave a comment
April 28, 2011
That peak-oil thing that was just a bunch of dirty hippy commie greenie lies? Yeah, it’s already happened. Leave a comment
April 21, 2011
The baes-load myth Leave a comment
March 31, 2011
Combet calls bullshit on claims China’s not doing anything about emission reductions Leave a comment
March 30, 2011
Science vs Opinion, Politics, Ideology and Money Leave a comment
March 25, 2011
“Don’t let the nuclear industry tell you radiation’s safe” Leave a comment
March 22, 2011
Talking common sense on climate change and tax cuts for those who need it, or alienating the progressive base? For Gillard’s sake, let’s hope she doesn’t believe Dennis Shanahan Leave a comment
March 18, 2011
Garnaut: Give carbon tax compensation to those who need it in the form of tax cuts. “Tax cut” plays well with the public *hint hint* Leave a comment
March 16, 2011
Disasters might seem a callous time to talk climate or pollution, but no-one listens when everything’s fine (even when a Japanese nuclear safety official resigns over poor management) Leave a comment
Malcolm Farr (almost) calls Abbott a hypocrite. It must be bad if Farr is criticising Abbott for lying his arse off. Leave a comment
March 15, 2011
Abbott flops back to climate change denial territory Leave a comment
March 11, 2011
Climate science gets more certain, as deniers get better at spreading misinformation Leave a comment
Abbott: BE AFRAAAAAIIIID! Leave a comment
March 10, 2011
Australians are worried about climate change, but the bullshit from the deniers has done the job of convincing us we can’t do anything about it Leave a comment
March 7, 2011
For all their bluster, the Coalition still doesn’t really have any support for it’s climate change plan Leave a comment
March 3, 2011
No wonder the Coalition wants to talk about the carbon tax, when their alternative is so bad Leave a comment
March 2, 2011
Yet more evidence the Coalition’s proposal on climate action would be ridiculously ineffective Leave a comment
March 1, 2011
Subsidies for that poor struggling green industry (the fossil fuel one) outstrip those for the filthy, filthy rich evil industry (the renewable one). Wait, no, that can’t be right… Leave a comment
February 17, 2011
What makes flooding worse? Climate change. Leave a comment
February 3, 2011
Climate change doesn’t cause cyclones; it does make them worse Leave a comment
Combet: Far from hurting economy, climate change action could help – and we’re already lagging behind other major economies (despite what the Libs want you to believe) Leave a comment
January 14, 2011
2010 wettest, equal hottest year on record Leave a comment
January 12, 2011
Flooding worsened by record high ocean temperatures. Temperatures we keep raising. Leave a comment
January 11, 2011
Teslas at last One comment
December 31, 2010
Power industry strays ever closer to blackmail Leave a comment
December 24, 2010
Anna Bligh demonstrates her scientific knowledge is about as extensive as her popularity. Leave a comment
December 15, 2010
Dirty greenies with their ‘evidence’ about carbon taxes being the best option Leave a comment
December 13, 2010
Progress for UN on climate talks, pressure on Govt, Coalition still going to be the party of No Leave a comment
December 10, 2010
Govt. backs binding climate treaty, while leaving itself room to chicken out Leave a comment
December 9, 2010
Feds look to crack down on illegal timber imports Leave a comment
December 7, 2010
Rann rules out new coal plants Leave a comment
December 2, 2010
Gillard puts the kibosh on nuclear talk Leave a comment
December 1, 2010
There might be progress on gay marriage, but Gillard’s digging her heals in on climate action Leave a comment
November 30, 2010
Australia’s carbon reduction target pales compared to the rest of the world Leave a comment
November 15, 2010
Combet looks to match trading partners’ effective (if not “official”) carbon prices Leave a comment
November 4, 2010
While Labor and Greens argue CC policy, Libs screech about Gillard wanting to kill old people, or something Leave a comment
October 22, 2010
Murray bickering could be informative for Middle-East harmony (or just an indication of what’s to come) Leave a comment
October 19, 2010
Australian business already paying much less for climate action to internationals Leave a comment
Conservation group’s court costs capped, free to pursue polluters Leave a comment
October 13, 2010
Combet: delaying carbon price will just make it hurt more later Leave a comment
“welcome to the Culture Wars, science. You’ve finally been dragged into the banal ‘debates’ between intellectuals and anti-intellectuals that the humanities have been fighting for what seems like decades.” Leave a comment
October 8, 2010
Oh Citizens Assembly, how you will not be missed (except by Tony Abbott, he needs a free kick about now) Leave a comment
October 6, 2010
ETS would be much cheaper than rooftop solar schemes Leave a comment
September 30, 2010
Farmers protest coal seam gas project One comment
Scotland to be 100% green-powered by 2025, at cost of 10% power bill hike Leave a comment
September 13, 2010
Combet implies wiggle room on ETS Leave a comment
September 8, 2010
Wong not popular with the Greens Leave a comment
September 6, 2010
No need to fear a carbon tax (unless you make m/billions ruining the atmosphere) Leave a comment
August 19, 2010
Climate change real. Big Two’s response, not so much
August 17, 2010
Far from gaining traction, climate change deniers are an endangered species Leave a comment
Case in point One comment
UN water boffin gives thumbs down to Labor and Coalition Murray policies Leave a comment
August 13, 2010
Technology for 100% renewable Australia already exists, rapid roll-out would be expensive – for now 2 comments
August 9, 2010
Greens call for massive boost to green energy loans scheme 2 comments
August 5, 2010
Coalition keep Barnaby away from Murray-Darling debate. Leave a comment
July 27, 2010
Australian Conservation Fund sticks boot into majors (boot comes out covered in crude oil) Leave a comment