Thursday 21 August 2014

All posts tagged Australian Greens Party


Palmer confirms no support for RET abolition

As the debate over the future of Australia’s Renewable Energy Target (RET) intensifies the leader of the Palmer United Party (PUP) has confirmed that his senators will not support moves to reduce or abandon the target. Lower house MP and …

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Opponents warn against Australia-India uranium deal

Opponents of nuclear power have warned Australia against selling uranium to India amidst speculation a long-elusive deal has been struck between the trading partners. There are reports a nuclear


CEFC proves its worth as it dodges Lib-Nat axe

After its first full year in operation, and having so far dodged attempts by the conservative Liberal-National government to wipe it out, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC)


Lib-Nat govt votes away Aust carbon price laws

Fulfilling a key election promise of conservative Liberal-National Prime Minister Tony Abbott, Australia no longer has a carbon price after the government finally secured enough Senate support to


Labor: Govt bullying senators on carbon price

Australia’s opposition Labor Party has accused the conservative Liberal-National government of bullying new senators in its rush to repeal the country’s carbon price laws, which the coalition wants


Lib-Nat govt forced to delay carbon price repeal

Australia’s conservative Liberal-National federal government has been forced to change its plans to make the carbon price repeal the first order of business for the new upper house


Garnaut says move to Emissions Trading Scheme

Former Labor government climate change adviser Professor Ross Garnaut has called on the conservative Liberal-National government to keep elements of the carbon pricing structure when the carbon price


Shorten says Labor failed to make carbon price case

The Labor Party failed to properly make the case for a carbon price in Australia according to opposition leader Bill Shorten, but it will continue to press for


Palmer says PM Abbott ‘encouraged’ by climate plan

The leader of the minority Palmer United Party, Clive Palmer, has claimed “a meeting of the minds” with conservative Liberal-National Prime Minister Tony Abbott over his proposed conditions


UNESCO rejects Tasmania World Heritage forest delist

It took just 10 minutes for the United Nations’ World Heritage Committee to reject a move by Australia’s conservative Liberal-National government to delist a large area of forest

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