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Issue #2042

GREEN NOTES

One of the biggest con jobs foisted on the Australian public and the planet is Chevron’s $81 billion Gorgon “clean gas” project in WA. It...

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Issue #2001

Gas project threat to delicate ecosystem

Where there are profits to be made, irrespective of the damage they may cause, corporations will seek them. This is the situation with the new...

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Issue #2064

GREEN NOTES

Over 900 health professionals from across the country have signed a joint letter speaking out against fracking the Beetaloo Basin and the Middle Arm gas...

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Weasel Words heading Issue #2057

WEASEL WORDS

Certainty Like many other weasel words, certainty is used to ask for things it would be impolite to ask for directly. The gas industry are...

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Issue #2058

GREEN NOTES

Anna Pha UN Secretary-General António Guterres has issued a warning in the strongest terms that countries must start phasing out oil, coal and gas –...

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Issue #2060

DINGO

The Queensland Palaszczuk government’s refusal to back down over its deeply unpopular approval of Blue Energy’s Central Queensland gasfield shows it cares neither for communities,...

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The oil and gas platform Northern Endeavour. Issue #2053

Govt’s toxic plan for Timor Sea

The Federal government has announced plans to dump undisclosed amounts of radioactive material, oil, and other toxins into the Timor Sea, just 155 kilometres from...

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Issue #2012

The sun will shine, the wind will blow

Australia is on the brink of a total collapse of its domestic energy market amid a crisis that has been decades in the making. If...

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Issue #2058

DINGO

Forest fire warnings have been issued in northern European countries as the “high risk” of summer wildfire season spreads up the continent. A lack of...

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Issue #2084

GREEN NOTES

Thanks to concerted organising and campaigning by environmentalists, Traditional Owners, farmers, communities and individuals there were some wins in 2023. Progress is far too slow,...

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Magela Creek, Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory. Issue #2053

NT: Gas industry gets biggest slice

The Territory and Federal governments appear to have prioritised spending on roads that will benefit the fracking industry at a time when many of the...

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Issue #2057

DINGO

A major survey conducted by McKell, the Transport Workers Union and TEACHO sheds light on the harsh reality faced by food delivery, rideshare, and AmazonFlex...

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