The federal government is facing a revolt from states and territories over its plan to allow subsidies for coal and gas-fired power stations as part of reforms to shore up reliability of the electricity grid.
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The Informal Dialogue on Plastics Pollution and Environmentally Sustainable Plastics Trade currently has 16 co-sponsors. Ambassador Chad Blackman of Barbados, one of the Dialogue’s co-coordinators, said the 21 June discussions
The volume of funds being put forward in the federal budget is staggeringly low and can only be seen as window dressing f anyone had any doubts about the federal
By Tom Rabe and Peter Hannam Senior ministers have warned that NSW should not follow other states in imposing a tax on electric cars, arguing it would discourage people from buying them just
By Sam Hibbins The state government’s decision to introduce a user charge for electric vehicles signals a dangerous step towards a privatised road user charge scheme in Victoria. A privatised scheme
Australian researchers have completed the world’s largest comparative study on carbon pricing and the results are a “crystal clear” message to governments around the world, but particularly Australia – carbon
On Monday, Australia’s prime minister Morrison announced the creation of a National Bushfire Recovery Agency, initially funded to the tune of USD 1.4 billion over a two-year period. However, the
07.11.2018 – A recent study has shown people are concerned about what’s going to happen as income from the fuel excise diminishes. According to a survey, 47 per cent of people
27 September 2018 – According to a survey by the University of Sydney Business School, a majority of Australians support replacing existing road usage charges with a system more directly linked