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May '07 bring back skeptics

Food & Environment | Jennifer Marohasy
The Land 22nd December, 2006

I will remember 2006 as the year a misguided film portraying carbon dioxide as the main cause of all climate change captured the imagination of so...

It's time for the Liberal Party to live up to its name

Nanny State | Richard Allsop
The Age 20th December, 2006

In last month's state election, the combination of an engaging leader and competent campaigning delivered an improved result for Victoria's...

BHP shouldn't have to share

| Alan Moran
Australian Financial Review 19th December, 2006

Inching its way through the court system is a case of immense importance to the future of Australia's major industries. The case concerns the...

Leave water recycling to Mother Nature

Food & Environment | Alan Moran
The Herald Sun 16th December, 2006

The Bracks Government re-election represents the electorate's confidence in the steady-as-she goes administration. But government is also about...

PM's hidden APEC emissions agenda

Energy | Tim Wilson
The Age 14th December, 2006

Has the Prime Minster already outflanked Kevin Rudd on climate change? Despite the focus on the global warming issue, by the time the Asia-Pacific...

The time for moderation

| John Roskam
Australian Financial Review 14th December, 2006

With just a week to go until Christmas there's one question being asked in offices around the country. It's a question on which careers hinge....

Rudd's fork in the road looks to be heading backwards

| Sinclair Davidson
The Age 11th December, 2006

The ALP is sending a clear signal that the economy and values will be a battleground leading up to the 2007 election. Kevin Rudd keeps indicating...

Save Forests, Bring Back Millers

Food & Environment | Jennifer Marohasy
The Land 7th December, 2006

Back in August 2002, as part of its campaign to increase the area of national parkland in NSW, the Western Conservation Alliance held a forest...

Rudd has got to live up to his words

| John Roskam
The Age 6th December, 2006

Labor MPs got more than they bargained for when they chose Kevin Rudd as their leader. He poses a far greater potential risk for the ALP than Mark...

Anvil Hill Decision: Impractical and Uncompetitive

Food & Environment | Jennifer Marohasy
Counterpoint 4th December, 2006

Last week the NSW Land and Environment Court found that a proposed coal mine at Anvil Hill in the Hunter Valley was being approved without adequate...

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