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Australian Prime Minister John Howard and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch. Both figures helped to hold back climate action in Australia in the 90s and beyond, according to a new book by author Maria Taylor.

Australia was ready to act on climate 25 years ago, so what happened next?

Australian Prime Minister John Howard and media tycoon Rupert Murdoch. Both figures helped to hold back climate action in Australia in the and beyond, according to a new book by author Maria Taylor.

Cary Grant and Irene Dunne in a scene from the movie "The Awful Truth." ----The Really Awful Truth About Climate Change

Cary Grant and Irene Dunne in a scene from the movie "The Awful Truth." - however Climate Change won't be a Hollywood classic but rather a disastrous slow-moving "truck wreck". In which we ALL will play a part - sobering!

Liberals' attack on climate science is 'embarrassing', say scientists Graham Readfearn  Scientists dismiss calls by some Liberal Party members to review basic climate science – within days of Australia announcing a key emissions target – as ‘worrying and ignorant’

Liberals attack climate science ahead of Australia's emissions pledge

Liberals' attack on climate science is 'embarrassing', say scientists

Climate Litigation Needs to Become a Mass Movement

You, Yes You, Should Join a Lawsuit Arguing for Climate Justice

Trial of the Century Pits Trump Climate Denialism Against 'Right to a Climate System Capable of Sustaining Human Life'

Picture of the Day: A Lonely Rain Cloud Somewhere in the Pacific

Glenn Lazarus – voted into Australia’s Senate on the Clive Palmer ticket in 2013, now an independent – has emerged as one of the most eloquent advocates of critical policies in the Senate. This is especially the case in the energy and climate change spheres. Glenn Lazarus: “The people of Australia want our country to move towards cleaner, greener energy. Everyone knows that dirty coal is bad. Everyone knows renewable energy is not only good for the planet but also good business sense – full…

Glenn Lazarus on Australia's renewable cut-backs: "I do not think any of us need to be Einstein to work out the absolute stupidity in all of this.

Kicking the Abbott | The Saturday Paper: An amazing spray #auspol

Leadership change sparks civil war at News Corp MIKE SECCOMBE The commentators who thought Tony Abbott was their champion are desperately looking for relevance after the coup.

Wine grapes ripening up to two days earlier each year, as viticultural experts warn some traditional varieties may be abandoned in warmer areas

Australian wine under threat from climate change, as grapes ripen early

Australian wine under threat from climate change, as grapes ripen early. Wine grapes ripening up to two days earlier each year, as viticultural experts warn some traditional varieties may be abandoned in warmer areas

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It's Time to Vote Environmentally

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Citadels of science like MIT and the American Geophysical Union are eschewing opportunities to stand up against climate change denial by turning a blind .

Sid Plant, Toowoomba cattle farmer. Farmers who want greater action to address climate change have welcomed a landmark international agreement to limit temperature rises. But there's already some concern that Australia's current policies won't be enough to meet its obligations under the Paris Agreement.

Farmer group urges Liberal Party to take strong action on climate change

The trillion-dollar question of who should pay for global warming is coming to a head in talks on an international climate pact, as developing countries worry they won't get enough money to tackle the problem.

Climate change talks heat up over who should foot bill - France 24

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