If the climate election turned out to be the hip pocket election then Queensland led the charge. But the issues this reveals are not confined to Queensland. The regions are in trouble everywhere.
In a sea of pro-coal sentiments and ecologically questionable development, the Sunshine Coast stands out as something of an anomaly.
There’s a new style guide doing the rounds in media: a preference for the term global heating instead of global warming and climate emergency instead of climate change.
The “climate election” has delivered a harsh lesson for those of us who believe that we are indeed facing a climate emergency. After recent alarming scientific predictions and destructive weather events, one would think the Greens would be in the box seat for gains.
Many Australians might agree: there’s certainly a lot of rubbish in this Federal election.
OPINION: Over the weekend we had Bill Shorten promise $10 billion in federal funding for the Suburban Rail Loop proposed by the Victorian Labor government, and Scott Morrison promise $4 billion in federal funding for the East West Link. With such massive amounts of money being thrown around, you’d think there would be some good […]
The federal election has been called for 18 May, so strap in for another wild ride at the fun-fair roller coaster that passes for our governance these days. Think of it like a festival at the Colosseum. Or “Reality TV goes to the Polls”.
NSW voters are walking into an election on Saturday and it’s going to be very close with the latest YouGov-Galaxy polling showing the NSW Coalition government and Labor split 50-50 on a two-party preferred basis, with just days to go.
There’s a rising tide of independent and minor parties vying for election in NSW next month. But what do they stand for exactly and how could their policies sway the climate and green agenda?
Current South Australian premier Jay Weatherill says this weekend’s election will be seen as a referendum on renewable energy, like it or not.
Election season is on and what’s driving voter sentiment is opaque and confusing.
This weekend’s NSW state election is being fought on the central issue of electricity privatisation, with the NSW Government proposing wholly leasing high-voltage power network company Transgrid, and leasing 50.4 per cent of distributors Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy, to raise around $20 billion for infrastructure investment. The move is being opposed by Labor and The […]