September 7, 2019
Part two: Second Adani blockade established
With the Queensland government extinguishing native title rights over Wangan and Jagalingou land, the traditional owners have moved onto their ancestral Country to declare their sovereignty.
August 31, 2019
Part one: Inside the Adani blockade
Far from killing off the anti-Adani movement, final approvals for the Carmichael mine have catalysed protesters, who say the fight is far from over.
August 17, 2019
Ending Australia’s recycling chaos
With overseas countries rejecting more and more of Australia’s recycling, the federal and state governments are finally working towards a solution – 10 years after industry experts warned of the impending problem.
August 24, 2019
Government inaction on plastic pollution
Despite the so-called ban on plastic bags, plastic pollution remains prevalent – and Victoria’s waste crisis has only exposed the inefficacy of our recycling schemes.
August 10, 2019
The pipe dream of nuclear power
Although a parliamentary inquiry is revisiting the possibility of nuclear power in Australia, recent history suggests any support is unlikely to gain critical mass.
July 13, 2019
Murray–Darling recovery in peril
As attempts to restore water to the river basin fail to meet their targets, scientists warn irrigator subsidies may cost 10 times initial estimates.
July 6, 2019
Japan resumes commercial whaling
On Monday, Japan recommenced commercial whaling for the first time in three decades. But could this actually mark the beginning of an end to the country’s whaling program?
June 15, 2019
Cannon-Brookes and the new climate guard
As the Coalition stalls on emissions reduction, moneyed climate activists are turning to direct investment, led by tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes.
June 1, 2019
Inside the broad church of Scott Morrison
With a stunning election victory behind him, Scott Morrison has further consolidated his power by elevating key allies into his ministry.
May 25, 2019
Morrison sprints to Adani approval
The Queensland Labor government has taken the Coalition’s election victory as a warning it must fall in line and green-light the Carmichael coalmine.
May 11, 2019
The Shorten interview
In a one-on-one interview ahead of next week’s election, Bill Shorten has proposed he would, if necessary, set up a new regional processing facility in Papua New Guinea.
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