IPA Today

There Will be A Price To Pay For Sustainable Energy

If the pundits are to be believed, the march of ESG through Australian boardrooms is an unstoppable force, so said Moody’s Head of Sustainability at their conference recently in Sydney….

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Invitation To The Premiere Of Our New Film – A Coral Bleaching Tragedy

This is Part 3 of a new series: Rebels to the Coral Reef Cause. The Great Barrier Reef has been around in various forms for more than 600,000 years. It…

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Rebels To The Coral Reef Cause (Part 2)

To the extent that it is possible for any human endeavour to be so, science is value-free. Science is a way of attempting to understand the world in which we…

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Time To Help Students Pledge Their Loyalty

Teaching young Australians to be active and informed citizens should be at the heart of our education system. Indeed, the document that paved the way for the National Curriculum –…

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Rebels To The Coral Reef Cause (Part 1)

Everybody claims to care about the Great Barrier Reef, but very few people take the time to actually visit it.  The reports of mass coral bleaching this past summer are…

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So, What Makes Australia A home?

Democracy, the rule of law and freedom of speech might all be ideals originating in Europe, but the legacy of the history and tradition of “the West” is today in…

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The Measure Of Liberty

If Australians knew more of how political and economic liberty defeated pessimism and poverty, they’d be more prepared to fight for it now, write IPA Adjunct Fellow Brad Bowden and…

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Poll: Australians Want To Hit The Pause Button On Net Zero

“Australia’s deepening energy crisis of chronic supply shortages and skyrocketing prices is a direct and immediate result of the policy of net zero emission by 2050, and Australian’s want to…

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1770 And All That – Why Renaming Cook Cup Is Wrong

The Rugby Football Union and Rugby Australia’s joint decision this month to rename the Cook Cup the Ella-Mobbs Trophy is not only pointless virtue signalling but also a gross misrepresentation…

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The Poems That Made Us

Our poets made a unique contribution to Australian nationhood, and on quality alone deserve to be celebrated, writes literary critic PETER CRAVEN. Australian poetry occupies a strange position in Australian…

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The Anti-Australian Behaviour Of Bandt and Thorpe

Why anybody is surprised that Senator Lidia Thorpe’s admission that she became a senator to “infiltrate the colonial project” is, in itself, surprising. The same goes for the reaction to…

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IPA Report: Net Zero To More Than Double Family Electricity Bills

“The blackouts and energy supply crisis gripping the nation have given Australians a rare glimpse into the future that awaits them as a direct result of the policy of net…

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