australian government

Opposition leader Peter Dutton said many advanced economies have nuclear as part of their mix of power.  Photo courtesy IMF
POWER

Dutton outlines his nuclear vision

Coal and gas will be used while the nuclear reactors are being built

19 June 2024

 Environmentalists are seeking a High Court challenge that would compel environment minister Tanya Plibersek to consider climate harm when assessing coal projects. Photo courtesy Australian government
ENVIRONMENT

Environmentalists seek High Court help to stop Narrabri and Mt Pleasant

The issue is whether the climate harm of new coal and gas projects needs to be considered

14 June 2024

Federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek continues to support farms over coal mines near the Great Barrier Reef.  Photo courtesy Australian government
ENVIRONMENT

Plibersek rejects coal but panders to farmers to protect reef

Plibersek rejected Palmer's Central Queensland Coal project because it could pollute the reef

03 June 2024

Law is the mining industry's last defence against environment movement
OPINION

Law is the mining industry's last defence against environment movement

No group is above the law regardless of how worthy they think their cause is

16 May 2024

 Federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek has approved Ensham's underground coal mine extension.
ENVIRONMENT

Plibersek launches federal EPA

Delays key parts of 'fundamental reform' under Nature Positive Act

16 April 2024

 Federal environment minister Tanya Plibersek.
ENVIRONMENT

Plibersek refers Vulcan South for assessment

Minister chooses to let project proceed to the next stage of its application

10 March 2024

 Federal environment minister will have to sell the federal government's proposed environmental reforms before a general election.
ENVIRONMENT

Concerns mounting over federal environmental law changes

Changes to environmental legislation could bring federal government unstuck

07 March 2024

 Australian voters are tired of paying more for power and want the government to look at nuclear energy, according to a NSW Minerals Council survey..
OPINION

Aussie voters ready to go nuclear

Australia is among the top 20 most expensive countries in the world for electricity

18 January 2024

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Boosting productivity by 13% through electrification

Equipment manufacturer Epiroc has some ambitious goals when it comes to electrification.

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SLR Consulting: Tailings takes centre stage

MJ, MM and AMM speaks with Elin Wormeester, Principal Tailings Engineer at SLR Consulting.

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