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The Queensland election outcome is a death knell for Adani's coal mine John Hewson, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University The coal mine proposed for Queensland’s Galilee Basin by Indian mining giant Adani has been a moveable feast, with...
Who is Adani? Your browser does not support iframes. The Adani Group is close to securing finance for its controversial coal mine and railway project in outback Queensland, with an announcement expected in coming weeks that Chinese state-owned...
Infographic: here's exactly what Adani's Carmichael mine means for Queensland A waterhole in the Great Artesian Basin in the area of the proposed Carmichael mine. Flickr/Stop Adani This Saturday, Queenslanders will go to the ballot box for an election. One of the...
Greg Hunt approves Adani's Carmichael coal mine, again: experts respond   The Carmichael coal mine (not pictured) is set to be Australia’s largest. Publishing/CSIRO, Adani’s Carmichael coal mine yesterday received the green light from federal environment minister Greg Hunt for the second...
Adani's planned Carmichael coal mine to shift millions to Cayman Islands controlled company   Up to $3 billion from Adani's planned Carmichael coal mine will be shifted to a subsidiary owned in the Cayman Islands if the controversial project goes ahead,...
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Big Coal

Book review: Big Coal Coal has become part of Australia’s economic landscape, and questioning it is difficult. Bill Collison Stuart Rosewarne, University of Sydney Burning coal is the one of the main sources of greenhouse gases, but mining expansion continues apace in Australia....
A gas market run by a cartel is no market Despite what Canberra believes, the gas crisis is not a question of supply. The problem lies with the handful of extremely powerful companies which steer the market as they see fit. The...
The public should be 'shocked, dismayed and disgusted' at the major banks ANZ and NAB have settled with ASIC over manipulation of the Bank Bill Swap Rate. Pat McConnell, Macquarie University The Australian public should be dismayed and disgusted that the...
The Trans-Pacific Partnership is back: experts respond Deborah Gleeson, La Trobe University; Belinda Townsend, Australian National University; Kimberlee Weatherall, University of Sydney; Pat Ranald, University of Sydney, and Peter Robertson, University of Western Australia The latest incarnation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership...
How the 'pin-stripe mafia' design corporate tax avoidance. Podcast audio from the Tax Justice Network is both informative and disturbing. The current tax system is broken beyond repair. After two years of the OECD trying to patch up the system, even...