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Getting to the heart of coal seam gas protests – it’s not just the technical risks

Getting to the heart of coal seam gas protests – it's not just the technical risks The Narrabri ‘Big Picture’ event in November 2015 brought together people from across the region in opposition to coal...

Why does the Carmichael coal mine need to use so much water?

The Great Artesian Basin is one of the largest underground water reservoirs in the world. It underlies 22% of Australia’s land area, beneath the arid and semi-arid parts of Queensland, New South Wales, South...

Adani’s key water management plan is flawed and used some unverified data, CSIRO says

Report finds more than 95% chance of hydrological changes to Belyando River Basin from mines including Carmichael The CSIRO has found serious flaws in Adani's key water management plan to protect an ancient springs complex...

How to move energy policy models beyond bias and vested interests

How to move energy policy models beyond bias and vested interests How to move energy policy models beyond bias and vested interests Modelling should be a chance to test your assumptions, not just confirm them. Shutterstock Shirin Malekpour, Monash...

Why do we ship Australian Profits Overseas?

Every dollar the Queensland government spends on handouts to coal companies is a dollar that can’t be spent on schools, teachers, hospitals or nurses. Sign the Open Letter here - http://bit.ly/back_qld Queensland has been amongst...

‘Staggering’: $90 billion lost in resources tax

'Staggering': $90 billion lost in resources tax By Eryk Bagshaw 12 March 2018 — 3:47pm An Oxford University expert says Australia would be $90 billion better off if it adopted European-style resource tax policies and argues the Turnbull...

The minister the money and the mine. How a rotten deal was hatched

As waiters took orders for toasties and coffee at the Little Teapot Café in the sleepy coastal hamlet of Davistown, NSW, four men were discussing a deal as big as it was potentially rotten. A...

The Last Days of Coal?

Alibra Shipping: At least 15 countries have joined an international alliance to phase out coal use for power generation before 2030. Britain, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Portugal, Belgium, Switzerland, New Zealand, Ethiopia, Mexico...

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