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Energy Policy: how do the parties line up?

August 2004 - Energy Policy: how do the parties line up?John Howard has launched his policy, aimed at "securing Australia's energy future", while Labor's focus is on "protecting the environment". So how do these and the other parties' policies compare? Are they talking past each other or is there common ground? Where do the significant differences lie?

ALP energy policy committed to growing the economy and retarding global warming
by Joel Fitzgibbon - 30/08/2004
The non-policy on energy
by Keith Lovegrove - 30/08/2004
The major parties have failed to deliver an energy policy that protects Australia
by Gareth Walton - 16/08/2004
Don't turn your back on renewable energy, it's what the people want
by Karl Mallon - 16/08/2004
Choose Australia's future: clean or coal, independent or dependent
by Bob Brown - 9/08/2004
How can we make Australia more self-reliant when it comes to energy?
by Lyn Allison - 9/08/2004
What we have achieved and where the parties will lead us with energy policy
by Alan Moran - 2/08/2004
Our economic future can only be secured by courageous energy policy
by Don Henry - 2/08/2004
Reflections on energy and energy policy
by Ray Evans - 2/08/2004

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