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The Australia Institute is an independent Canberra-based think-tank established in 1994. Authorised by E. Bennett, The Australia Institute, Canberra 2603.
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Ben Oquist 5h
Back stage at ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Politics in the Pub with ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ . But where is ⁦⁩ ? the crowd chants 😉
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Standing room only and people still coming through the door for Election Wrap: what happened & why. With press gallery panel , , hosted by our deputy director
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"If Scott Morrison takes as a lesson from this election that people don't want action on climate change, I think he will be doomed to failure in three years time," says , executive director of , on
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Jennifer Macey 12h
For the first time since the industrial revolution, more coal power stations around the world came offline last year than were approved -
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Dan J Cass May 20
New Morrison government better not ignore that and storage are beating coal. Great piece by
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Australia Institute May 20
TUNE IN ➡️ 5.05pm, and David Gazard on the panel to discuss wash-up and other news of the day with host
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Australia Institute May 20
"Climate action needs to be a priority for the Coalition & indeed for all members that sit in the 46th Parliament," , Fmr Chief Scientist for Aus, on Make climate action a top priority for gov, add your name to the call >
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Australia Institute May 20
"The reality is climate change isn't going away, Australia has to reduce its emissions & Scott Morrison himself has talked about the need to meet our commitments," says , deputy director of , on
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💧AnnaB May 20
How will this week’s Tasmanian Budget cope with last year’s climate disasters?
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Rex Patrick May 20
There’s absolutely no point in having an integrity commission with one arm tied behind its back and wearing a blindfold. Corruption is too serious an issue
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Ben Oquist May 20
“If the message the government hears from the election is that the climate does not matter it will not just be energy policy that suffers. Australia’s economy and Scott Morrison’s politics will require a different interpretation” via
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Australia Institute May 20
"The climate wars - the battle over effective climate action policy - are not done, but the energy wars - over Australia’s renewable energy uptake - should be." - in today's SMH.
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Australia Institute May 19
Join us this Wednesday in Canberra for our Election Wrap w/ press gallery journos , & + host to discuss what just happened, and more importantly: why. FREE, but RSVP essential >
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Australia Institute May 18
TUNE IN ➡️ 4.15pm, and Daniel Wild on the panel to unpack the election result with host
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Australia Institute May 17
‘Without Bob Hawke, Antarctica would be a quarry, Tasmania's iconic Franklin River would be flooded and Queensland's Daintree rainforest would be a timber plantation’ - Deputy Director in
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Australia Institute May 17
"As the world grapples with the urgent threat of global warming, it's worth reflecting on Hawke's environmental legacy in particular," writes , deputy director of , in the
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Noah Schultz-Byard May 14
SA might not have many swing seats this election, but how we vote in the will play a major role in shaping the political and legislative outcomes of the next Parliament. Problem is, many don't know how to vote!
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Centre for Future Work May 16
"A new report by found WA’s workers have endured the worst real wage decline in Aus since 2012-13 ... It found real wages — which take inflation into account — fell more than 5 per cent," writes in the
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Guardian Australia May 16
: Angus Taylor's Oxford rowing mate's company was main beneficiary of $80m water deal
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