Thirty-five organisations implore Australia, which is ADB’s fifth-largest shareholder, to help the region ‘make a just and equitable low-carbon transition’
My question - if Australia's green economy is such an amazing investment opportunity, why is $20 billion of taxpayer's money needed to make it happen?
Just in case you thought the politician in charge of Australia's financial stability has a clue, the following interview with the Guardian should settle any doubts.
Andrew Bragg and Tim Wilson say inquiry is unnecessary because it’s a legitimate ‘matter for those institutions’
The federal government’s increasingly desperate and ideological energy market interventions are costing us all
Mark Butler asks auditor-general for investigation into how company invited to apply for grant two days after securing it
Exclusive: FOI documents reveal former environment minister took action despite support from islanders
In a combative question time the energy minister suggests the Coalition has an ‘open mind’ on nuclear power
Treasurer signals new infrastructure for renewable zones, and says Coalition will pursue climate policy it took to the election
After the government said the opposition’s emissions reduction policy would cost $26bn, should you believe it?
Simon Birmingham says speculation about diplomatic tension is unhelpful and there is no evidence measures are aimed at Australia
People should not jump to conclusions, says treasurer, as Australian dollar slides further
Australian Industry Group says an emissions reduction obligation in national policy is ‘vastly superior’ to separate state schemes
It’s hard to campaign on a non-existent ‘big stick’, although our politics are so post-modern that anything is possible
Treasurer says government does not intend to ‘reduce emissions at the expense of people’s power bills’
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