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Commentary on the Prime Minister’s “Technology not taxes” slogan

By Chris Johansen

The Australian Government’s slogan addressing their approach to climate change, “Technology not Taxes”, has a lyrical ring to it but let’s flesh it out a bit.

Firstly, “technology”. 

The Coalition Federal Government is reluctant to

No Need for Scarborough Gas Campaign Updates September

During the past month 350 Boorloo Perth held its BHP rally, Woodside’s merger with BHP was announced, we marched in solidarity with Traditional Owners calling for the right to protect their cultural heritage, continued Woodside Wednesdays, and came up with

No New Urea Plant = No Scarborough Gas

Since the recently announced Woodside-BHP merger, we have been working on the next steps of the No Need for Scarborough Gas campaign. Now that we have a plan, we are going to quickly scale the movement to build pressure against

Please Germany, don’t buy Australia’s dirty gas

By Bella Burgemeister

Author: Bella Burgemeister is a 15-year-old Australian author, environmental presenter and climate activist

**This is the English version of Bella’s story, printed as an article in German newspaper Taz**

“What do executives at Germany’s Uniper and RWE

Amsterdam’s ‘doughnut economy’ puts climate ahead of GDP

By Celine Lai

Amsterdam is an example of a city with an economy that promotes a liveable climate.  

Amsterdam’s ‘doughnut economy’ and circular city concept puts climate ahead of GDP. 

PBS Newshour reports in their video (below) that Amsterdam is