Category Archives: Environment

Adani has been caught up in yet another corruption scandal

 

By Ben Wilson

Opposition to the Adani coal mine continues, although it is not making so Many headlines at the present. As well as maintaining the pressure on Adani, businesses working or seeking to work on the Carmichael coal mine project are paid a great deal of attention. There is 25 banks, engineering and other companies that have rules themselves out, and the list continues to grow. Continue reading Adani has been caught up in yet another corruption scandal

Paint it yellow for climate action

The following words were written by rob Miller, a dairy farmer in new South Wales. He is convinced about what lies behind the devastating climate events of recent months and is calling on everyone to act on the climate emergency that is with us right now and suggests that others join the paint it yellow campaign. He is being supported by the Australian Conservation Foundation (ACF). Continue reading Paint it yellow for climate action

Government looks at using building industry law to crack down on environment activists

By Joe Montero

The Coalition is readying to use its construction industry industrial law, as a weapon against climate activists. Critics of this selective law have always pointed out that it was designed as a test case, designed be used elsewhere when required. Continue reading Government looks at using building industry law to crack down on environment activists

Bushfires still raging and causing Morrison political consequences

By Ben Wilson

Australia burns and Scott Morrison treats those who a are suffering with the greatest of disrespect. He comes across as uncaring. Instead of being there, offering whatever it takes to help people through the dark times, as one would expect of a real leader, a visible lack of concern is being showed. Continue reading Bushfires still raging and causing Morrison political consequences