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Coal-fired power stations comprise the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions in Australia, accounting for 36 per cent of total emissions in 2008. Any determined effort to tackle what Prime Minister Rudd has referred to as the 'moral challenge' of climate change would presumably seek...
The Rudd Government is at odds with a majority of Australians in prioritising the needs of business in its climate-change policy, according to this paper by The Australia Institute.
In order to address climate change adequately, what is needed is an approach that incorporates...
Climate change will bring significant challenges to the island nations of the Pacific. This paper examines Australia's attitudes to climate change in the region under the two most recent federal governments.
The Howard Government's engagement with the region profoundly influenced understandings of Australia's role...