Trouble in Canberra is afternoon as a presser to deny climate change was cancelled due to an unexpected change in the weather.
With Hurrican Florence set to touch down, many are wondering if we’re to blame for the increased violence of storms. One group of researchers certainly believe so.
Believe it or not, but Australia’s renewable energy market grows by leaps and bounds, despite the resistance from those in power.
Our new Energy Minister is the man behind the NEG’s collapse, and a firm denier of climate change. There might be new faces at the top, but the message remains the same.
Cec Poole, an inveterate writer of letters to the Editor, reacts to the latest dire warnings on climate change and ponders what he can do to save the world because politicians don’t seem to be up to it.
Long have we feared the effects of climate change, but the visual evidence in the Arctic is hard to ignore the truth – it’s already here.
Australia’s increased interest in renewable energy sources may not be due to the public’s interest in saving the environment, but rather in saving themselves.
Given the opportunity to make a meaningful statement about the climate, the BHP board have jumped into bed with the wrong people.
The cold facts of May, a pouring wave of misrepresented disrespect and the hope of all bald men differentiate this week from all the others.
Keeping water sources clean has been a problem our species has always faced, however, Australian Rebekah Brown has an ingenious and easily applicable solution, especially in the third world. Genius.
Inclement weather is part of life in Australia. Fortunately, our partners at CelsiusPro say Aussie businesses at risk of our harsh climate should still be looked after, so when the weather changes its mind, we can still have peace of ours.
We, the anxious millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
Malcolm Turnbull is back from Paris and he has a new girlfriend. Problem is, it’s the same one that got him in trouble last time. Climate Change. She’s back.
With Malcolm Turnbull changing course in regards to Climate Change, Rob Idol analyses his first steps against the prevailing political winds in his own party.
With Indonesia ablaze, as is his blood pressure, Rob Idol states that change needs to start not just there, but here too.
With Dr David Evans’ recent claims that climate change is not as dangerous as first thought, Sam Blacker did some further research into his findings.
A policy and politic special as Michael Burrill delivers TBS’ #currentaffairswrap, in a week of Sarah Hanson-Young, Joe Hockey, Pete Dutton and co dominating Australian news.
Jordan King Lacroix on drunk environmental researcher’s public disturbance: between fracking, climate change and El Niño, mankind’s end is clearly nigh.
Michael Burrill shares the world’s news, in a week that saw little movement on the RET debate, the Moss Review, increasing violence in Yemen and espionage allegations from the US against Israel.
Ash Imani wonders whether the LNP’s donation of $200 million to the Green Climate Fund has been met with a little too much skepticism by the media…
Gen Y are worse off than expected, Tony Abbott’s slump continues and Nick Xenophon tries to out-PUP PUP in this week’s Current Affairs Wrap from Michael Burrill.