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The message from the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission (NFCRC) is clearly a plan to make South Australia rich, by importing foreign nuclear wastes.
by Noel Wauchope - 23/08/2016 - 27 comments
Richard Horton, the current editor of the medical journal, The Lancet, recently stated that, 'The case against science is straightforward: much of the scientific literature, perhaps half, may simply be untrue.'
Given the amount of new CO2 and CH4 entering the atmosphere, heat, and therefore sea level, is likely to be higher than official estimates.
by Mike Pope - 16/08/2016 - 26 comments
Mining at Yeelirrie would destroy cultural heritage sites and would also have other cultural, social and environmental impacts.
by Mara Bonacci - 16/08/2016 - 7 comments
If the Paris climate accord is ratified, or enforced locally by compliant governments, it will strangle the leading economies of the world with pointless carbon taxes and costly climate and energy policies.
by Viv Forbes - 2/08/2016 - 113 comments
Matt Canavan has now the opportunity to correct these mistakes and engage in a truly inclusive and transparent process which actually listens to the concerns of the community.
by Anica Niepraschk - 22/07/2016 - 13 comments
Without nuclear energy we would have burned millions more tons of coal and billions more barrels of oil.
by James Stafford - 11/07/2016 - 27 comments
How did New Democracy come to this decision to abandon an intrinsic purpose of a citizens' jury? One can only surmise that this was done under pressure.
by Noel Wauchope - 5/07/2016 - 6 comments
If you can add 200,000 people every day to the global population and account for a significant loss of farmland at the same time, you can begin to understand the dire food situation facing the planet.
by James Stafford - 5/07/2016 - 2 comments
All life on earth depends on air and an ideal cycle of oxygen and carbon. But since the beginning of the fossil fuel era, humans have been disturbing the delicate balance of the atmosphere.
by Lyn Bender - 4/07/2016 - 26 comments
The modelling I present here focuses on electricity generation. It disproves two myths –that renewable electricity is not workable without baseload fossil fuelled power and that in any case it is too expensive.
by Ben Rose - 30/06/2016 - 49 comments
On the basis of evidence everywhere we could easily double the price of electricity and get nowhere near the 50 per cent target.
by Keith DeLacy - 23/06/2016 - 37 comments

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