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Climate change & the Murray Darling: when our most divisive enviro issues meet

CrikeyMay 9, 20125 Comments

Climate change and the Murray-Darling Basin plan are two of the most divisive environmental issues in Australia. They are also two of the most important. But what does the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA) plan to do about climate change in its Murray-Darling Basin plan?

Heartland unleashes the Unabomber in its newest advertising campaign

Heartland unleashes the Unabomber in its newest advertising campaign

CrikeyMay 7, 20128 Comments

Graham Readfearn writes: In a promotional video for the upcoming 

Hate campaign against climate scientists hits the denier spin-cycle

CrikeyMay 4, 20122 Comments

The line currently being spun by climate change sceptic commentators and bloggers is that climate change scientists have lied about getting death threats. At the same time a campaign of systematic abuse of climate scientists in an attempt to get them to withdraw from public debate is being ignored.

How to get poverty-stricken communities to adapt to climate change

CrikeyApr 19, 20121 Comment

Because the truth is, although the impact of climate change will be felt by all, the extremes will hit some harder than others. The irony is that the people and communities least responsible for the greenhouse gas emissions will bear the brunt of the impacts. While this is in part due to geography, the overwhelming reason is poverty.

Conservatives and climate change: it’s complicated

CrikeyApr 10, 201210 Comments

New research provides some intriguing insights into why, and what sort of, conservatives oppose climate change and distrust scientists, writes Noel Turnbull.

Good news on coal from US, but QLD 'Can-Do' better

CrikeyMar 29, 20126 Comments

Dan Cass writes: There is great news this week that US President Barack Obama is

Fresh food not-for-profit hard hit after Sunday Age report

CrikeyMar 26, 20121 Comment

After a report earlier this month by The Sunday Age on levels of lead contamination at the Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies farm, sales at the CERES market dropped 30%, weekly orders disappeared and staff shifts had to be cut, writes Matthew da Silva.

Death isn't an option: climate change activists aren't waiting for deniers to die

CrikeyFeb 14, 201253 Comments

Crikey intern Freya Cole writes: Rather than trying to convince climate sceptics with science, should we just wait for them to die off? Th

Farmers will attack the govt but not their supermarket giant customers

Farmers will attack the govt but not their supermarket giant customers

CrikeyFeb 2, 20127 Comments

Farmers appear to have no qualms about attacking the government, but the raised fist turns into a cat's paw when the time comes to criticise their largest customers, the retail giants.

Is a misleading climate change op-ed in <em>The Wall Street Journal</em> really news?

Is a misleading climate change op-ed in The Wall Street Journal really news?

CrikeyJan 31, 201210 Comments

Graham Readfearn writes: What's news these days when it comes to climate change? Could it be the news that rising tem