Everyone is currently losing their mind over Malcolm Turnbull handing over $444 million to his corporate pals in the name of the Great Barrier Reef. But, maybe we don’t get it.
Australia’s increased interest in renewable energy sources may not be due to the public’s interest in saving the environment, but rather in saving themselves.
Given the opportunity to make a meaningful statement about the climate, the BHP board have jumped into bed with the wrong people.
The ongoing power crisis is but a minor detail to the larger issue at hand. We needed this push for change decades ago, on a global scale. Now, the results will tear us, and science, down.
Despite the money and brain power spent on developing beverage brands, they all end up in the same garbage pile. As such, South Australia’s Container Deposit Scheme is long overdue in being taken nationwide.
Shenhua Mine. It’s been slammed by Alan Jones; Tony Windsor says it may never be built. Meet the alliance of farmers and advocates blocking Shenhua’s controversial project.
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? In our TBS Next Gen programme, we publish content by Australian students currently being mentored by TBS writers, in an endeavour to find out. Alisha, 9, unpacks climate change!
With Malcolm Turnbull changing course in regards to Climate Change, Rob Idol analyses his first steps against the prevailing political winds in his own party.
With new logging projects slated for NSW, MP Alex Greenwich explains why our rich biodiversity needs urgent legislative protection.
Brand new TBSer, Sean Carmichael, explains how Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s move to appoint Jamie Briggs is an astute one.
Barnaby Joyce’s dehumanising of asylum seekers might be questionable, but when it comes to halal certification, Michael Burrill finds the Minister for Agriculture to be surprisingly politically kosher.
Attending an exclusive screening of Frackman, Jacob Joseph lauds a film light on science but full of heart, character and desire to show the human and environmental impact of CSG fracking.
A path to meaningful action on climate change could open up at the 2015 UNFCC, writes Sherryn Groch, here’s hoping Australia chooses to take it.
Garry Mallard defends hunters and the tradition of hunting after Aussie cricket icons Brett Lee and Glenn McGrath came under fire in a recent article from Lee Rhiannon.