Dirty Power: Big Coal’s network of influence over the coalition government

Dirty Power: Big Coal’s network of influence over the coalition government

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In 2019 while much of the world is taking decisive action on climate change Australia is going backwards. Carbon emissions have continued to rise since 2013. So how does the Australian coal industry continue to get lucrative government decisions in...

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Billionaires Who Own Republican Party Are Stopping Action On Climate Change
Governor Inslee statement regarding Trump proposal to export coal out of West Coast military bases

Governor Inslee statement regarding Trump proposal to export coal out of West Coast military bases

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I’m Jay Inslee, governor of the state of Washington the state that has five major naval stations on the shores of Puget Sound behind me and we know in Washington that this harebrained scheme to turn our naval bases into...

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Why graphene hasn’t taken over the world…yet
‘This is not an elitist issue’: AOC on Republican inaction on climate change –video
What is the tragedy of the commons? – Nicholas Amendolare

What is the tragedy of the commons? – Nicholas Amendolare

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Imagine as a thought experiment that you live in a small village and depend on the local fish pond for food. You share the pond with three other villagers. The pond starts off with a dozen fish, and the fish...

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Fracking explained: opportunity or danger

Fracking explained: opportunity or danger

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What is hydraulic fracturing – or fracking ? Since the industrial revolution our energy consumption has risen unceasingly. The majority of this energy consumption is supplied by fossil fuels like coal or natural gas. Recently there has been a lot...

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