This post appeared originally in Climate Spectator.
Anticipated changes to the Renewable Energy Target could remove critical safety protections designed to safeguard consumers seeking to reduce their emissions by installing rooftop solar panels on their home.
Both the federal government and the renewables industry are anxiously awaiting […]Read More →
Federal Attorney-General George Brandis is correct to say that unorthodox views have a right to be presented by whoever desires to present them. However, Mr Brandis must in turn agree the views of dissenters must be assessed on the basis of their credentials and not the power of the voice used to convey them.
Freedom […]Read More →
This article was originally published by ClimateSpectator here.
Last Tuesday, the Department of Environment very quietly released the latest update of Australia’s National Greenhouse Gas Inventory, providing new emissions data through to the end of December 2013.
With updates of the greenhouse gas inventory […]Read More →
After everything was said and done (well, before the Western Australian result was annulled), the 2013 Federal Election saw no single party hold the balance of power in the Senate.
The loss of six senators from the Australian Labor Party was to see the end of the ALP-Greens alliance wielding control of the Senate at […]Read More →