Amber JamiesonMar 28, 20128 Comments
Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu yesterday announced it was scrapping the former Brumby government's climate change target of reducing carbon emissions by 20% by 2020. And he's not the on
Amber JamiesonDec 2, 201112 Comments
A new report found that coverage of the carbon price legislation was overwhelming negative, with only 15% of the articles in Australian newspapers viewing the policy in a positive light.
CrikeyNov 10, 2011
Considering the largest environmental policy Australia has ever seen was passed into law by government this week, it seems appropriate to write something on Rooted about it. There's
CrikeyOct 6, 201156 Comments
Michael Shellenberger and Ted Nordhaus write: As two Americans watching from the sidelines as Australia tears itself apart over a carbon tax, it is impossible
CrikeySep 7, 201130 Comments
Throughout 2011, Australia’s best-funded environment organisations have been united in support of the Labor government’s push to establish a carbon price. Not everyone, it seems, thinks this is a good thing.
CrikeyAug 23, 20115 Comments
Sophie Trevitt writes: At 7am yesterday morning I arrived in Canberra to be greeted by a noisy chorus of truck drivers -- honking their horns at at pedestrians
CrikeyJul 25, 20118 Comments
This weekend multi-billion dollar vested interest groups launched their $10 million “no campaign” against a price on pollution.
John HepburnJul 20, 20118 Comments
On Sunday evening, after reading the Dr Seuss classic “If I ran the zoo” to my three year old daughter, I sat on the couch, fortified myself with a strong drink, and began to read t
CrikeyJul 15, 201144 Comments
Andrew Glikson, earth and palaeoclimate scientist at the Australian National University, writes: Professor Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, chief climate science advisor of
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