Among Our Prime Ministers, Whitlam Stood Tall On Land Rights

October 21st, 2014

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History will judge our leaders by the way they treated First Nations peoples. For that reason, Gough Whitlam will be well remembered.

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Standing on the shoulders of a giant

October 21st, 2014

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With the eulogies pouring in for Gough Whitlam today, it might seem odd to select one from an apolitical figure, Rolling Stones’ drummer Charlie Watts.…

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Europe’s great climate and energy test

October 21st, 2014

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EU leaders meet this week to set foundations of climate and energy policy for 2030. Can the bloc convince the world it has a credible strategy to offer?

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Why we should question the value proposition of energy storage

October 21st, 2014

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The main selling point for energy storage is we need it compensate for variable wind and solar. But this claim is not true now, and won’t be for some time.

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2014 on track to become warmest year on record

October 21st, 2014

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As emissions steadily rise, the National Climatic Data Center has announced that 2014 will likely break the record for the warmest year on the books.

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