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While Australia's federal and state leaders have been stuck discussing the introduction of the emissions trading scheme, some of our local governments have been trying to do something about the impact of human activity on global warming.
But will climate change policies developed by...
Australian bushfire policy must recognise the risks inherent in living on such a dry continent, where extreme and unpredictable weather events regularly prevail. Ian Brandes writes that these risks are magnified when we continue to develop our urban/bushland interface. For many Australians, the benefits in...
This paper by David A. Hensher focuses on a number of challenges faced by the public transport industry and the prospects for resolution. Many of the issues are often shrouded in ideology, politics and prejudices that typically cloud the real merits of a solution. We...