The Earth is under attack, and we're its attackers. How can we defend it?
Australia is presently considering signing up to the International Framework for Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems (GIF), which will commit this nation to take part in developing new nuclear reactors.
Australia is a massive underperformer – we have just about the biggest coastline in the world yet we are a net importer of fish.
Australia has lots of gas. Then why all the hand-wringing about an east coast gas supply shortage?
People may think of fracking as an environmental or industrial issue, but ultimately fracking is an issue of health and wellbeing.
The most reasonable present position is to remain open-minded about climate change, particularly as the presently-framed debate distracts us from deeper issues.
Just because you are sharing the facts, doesn't mean you are creating a convincing argument that will lead to positive action.
Handing farmers a slice of the royalties on gas extracted from underneath their land, may transform the present blame shifting of the debate.
When I was a kid on a dairy farm in Queensland, we relied on green energy. The only 'non-green' energy used was a bit of kerosene.
What happens if politicians dont stop lying? Houston, we have a problem.
Although last year's low discovery volumes won't have an immediate effect on global supply, they could influence supply a decade or so into the future.
The NRWMA goes to particular lengths to disempower Traditional Owners - in this case Adnyamathanha Traditional Owners from the Flinders Ranges.