Index of newspaper cuttings - climate   John Perkins home
DateSourceTypeHeadingSubheadingAuthorURL
2015\10\08The AgeNews:
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Godzilla el nino approaches. Bureau alters outlook after weather shiftSea surface temperatures along the central and eastern Pacific equator are at levels not seen since the record el nino event in 1997-98Peter Hannam.help
2015\08\28The AgeNews:
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Australia to fall short of climate goal report finds.Carbon Action Tracker assessmentTom Aruphelp
2015\08\24The AgeOpinion:
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Betting against climate change is not a smart puntAmple information exists that says Australia should go to the Paris talks equipped with a strong plan of actionJohn Colleehelp
2015\08\21The AgeOpinion:
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Batteries set to power a revolutionTrial program by Ergon Retail with support from Australian renewable energy agencyIvor Frischknechthelp
2015\08\20The AgeOpinion:
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The government has backed a loser in coalCynically stripping away the rights of Communities to defend a clean environment is not what we expect from the governmentGeoff Cousinshelp
2015\08\16The AgeOpinion:
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Cutting through the climate change fogGovernment greenhouse Target - some of the myth in the climate debateAdam Mortonhelp
2015\08\15The AgeOpinion:
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Building a future out of thin airTechnologies will bring us back from the brink. Tim Flannery's new book. Atmosphere of Hope: searching for the solutions to the climate crisisMatt Wadehelp
2015\08\14The AgeOpinion:
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Australia pushing against the tide of climate scienceThe Abbott government's stance on emissions leaves it increasingly isolated on the global stageIan Dunlop and Rob Sturrockhelp
2015\08\01The AgeOpinion:
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With coal going begging it's time to stop diggingIt is not a seller's is marketMichael Westhelp
2015\07\27The AgeNews:
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Our wine hit by climate warming upGrapes ripening 30 days earlier and vineyards moving to TasmaniaMichael Pascoehelp
2015\07\06The AgeNews:
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Global warming hiatus rejectedMore complete temperature recordsTom Aruphelp
2015\07\05The AgeOpinion:
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Exit carbon tax, enter brown call1 year after abolition of carbon taxAdam Mortonhelp
2015\07\02The AgeNews:
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Ambitious Pledge on carbonChina and greenhouse gases. 20-30 target could be achieved earlierPhilip Wenhelp
2015\06\25The AgeNews:
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Coal: is the future black or is India the tunnels light2012 to 2019 charts - c increasing faster than demandPeter Kerrhelp
2015\06\24The AgeOpinion:
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Call lobby seduces PM with windy siren songWho stands to benefit from the slander of wind power and other forms of renewable energy?Sarah Gillhelp
2015\06\23The AgeNews:
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Australia prepares to blow it cabin budgetLet's hope the Coalition sees sense before it announces its emissions plan in JulyPeter Martinhelp
2015\06\19The AgeNews:
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Global warming the policy that broke the polityThe prime minister faces a tough head wind at the next climate change talks in Paris help
2015\06\15The AgeOpinion:
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Climate change: challenge for AustraliaThere has been a big change around in the world in attitudes to this diabolical issue. As for back home ...Ross Garnauthelp
2015\05\25The AgeNews:
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At last here comes for solar power revolutionGo home battery means that we can get it rightDavid Blowershelp
2015\05\10The AgeNews:
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Why tesla's battery is a big deal Hannah Francishelp
2015\05\10The AgeNews:
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Germany the model for energy and powerThis country will be in Europe's first green superpowerThomas Friedmanhelp
2015\05\08The AgeNews:
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Drought fire, fears as el Nino on radarBureau of meteorology announcementPeter Hannanhelp
2015\04\20The AgeOpinion:
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Shrinking antarctic has us skating on thin iceAntarctic ice is now melting faster than ever raising sea levels. But the degree of risk to our coastline and air in economy is still a big an unknownMatt Kinghelp
2015\04\20The AgeNews:
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China on offensive over climateQuestions lodged with united nationsAdam Mortonhelp
2015\04\19The AgeNews:
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The hidden cost of hazelwoodEnvironment Victoria paper caclulates social costs of carbon pollutionTom Aruphelp
2015\04\13The AgeOpinion:
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Coal makes comeback, emissions riseFalling demand increases coal usageClancy Yeateshelp
2015\04\13The AgeNews:
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Famine turns into feast for gas cartelSupposed gas shortage cliff was fabricatedMichael Westhelp
2015\03\28The economistNews:
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Coal mining - in the depthsAs more countries turn against call produrces face prolonged weakness in price help
2015\03\26The AgeNews:
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Government resists us move to cut coal power(oecd wants to cut export subsidies for coal fired power plants)Lisa Cox , Mark kennyhelp
2015\03\24The AgeNews:
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Emissions fall attributed to downturn in economyDrop in the electricity demand lower, agricultural production, less activity for manufacturing and miningLisa Coxhelp
2015\03\15The AgeNews:
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Food for thought. Hotter harder times forecast for the farmThe future for Australian food growers could be one of change, hardship and adaptationPeter Hannamlink
2015\03\15The AgeNews:
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Climate change shifts circle of life on farmDairy cows now encouraged to breed earlier in the seasonLiam Mannixhelp
2015\03\15The AgeNews:
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Carbon emissions stable in 2014 says IEA(stable at 32.3 billion metric tons)Matthew Carrhelp
2015\03\14The AgeNews:
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How to give your home a health checkMy climate website for city of port phillipJason Dowlinghelp
2015\03\10The AgeNews:
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China plans and big cuts to coal imports in quest for cleaner airCoal usage declines 2.9 percent imports decline 50 percent in 2014Brian Robbinshelp
2015\02\23The AgeNews:
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Massive coal projects fail to get funding (latrobe valley)Companies await promised to cashJason Dowlinghelp
2015\02\16The AgeNews:
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Climate change is not in doubt, so stop the ostrich actAfter decades of study, thousands of scientists agree: this is the real thing.Brian Schmidthelp
2015\02\15The AgeNews:
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Uk parties in join forces on climate(conservative, liberal democrats and labour agree to limit emissions and close coal plants)Susanna Twidale, Adam Mortonhelp
2015\02\15The AgeNews:
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Swamps better carbon fighters than rainforests(carbon can be buried and not released)John Elderhelp
2015\01\27The AgeNews:
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Australia's days hotter, more oftenProjections of c s i r o and b o m in natural resource management reportPeter Hanhamhelp
2015\01\18The AgeNews:
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Milder, or are we feeling the heat2014 hottest coldest and wet as wellPeter Hannam, Chloe Bookerhelp
2015\01\11The AgeNews:
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Why the disbelief? It is getting hotterEffects on higher temperatures are in yet we continue to argue the pointPeter Martinhelp
2015\01\07The AgeNews:
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Temperatures rise as Australia posts third hottest year(Bureau of meterology)Peter Hannamhelp
2015\01\07The AgeNews:
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2014 confirmed as the hottest recorded year on the planet(Japan meteorological agency)Ben Cubbyhelp
2015\01\06The AgeNews:
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Taxpayers pay for mp's climate change denialism(book purchases)Latika Bourkehelp
2015\01\03The AgeNews:
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Climate change dual hot spot for the avid government Peter Hanhamhelp
2014\12\23The AgeNews:
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Climate plan cast into doubtDirect action and likely to meet targets says government bodyNet Wadehelp
2014\12\21The AgeNews:
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Time, tide not waitingMiami south beach is being inundated by the rising seaNick O'Malleyhelp
2014\12\15The AgeNews:
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Tensions put paris around under cloudLima climate conferenceMarcus Priesthelp
2014\12\14The AgeNews:
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Australia labelled 'colossal fossil'(peru negotiations)Marcus Priesthelp
2014\12\10The AgeOpinion:
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Peruvian capital shows the colour of money is greenThe conference on climate change in Lima offers critical lessons for negotiatorsMichael Bloomberghelp
2014\12\09The AgeNews:
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Only Saudi Arabia rated worse than Australia(survey by climate action network Europe)Peter Hannamhelp
2014\12\09The AgeNews:
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Abbott climate plan leaves voters coldFairfax pill. Direct action considered inadequateMark Kennyhelp
2014\12\07The AgeNews:
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Peru climate talks drift off targetAbbot abroad says industries should pay but at home makes taxpayers payMarcus Priesthelp
2014\12\07The AgeNews:
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Antarctica is hemorrhaging ice, study findsScientists fear the melting thwaites glacier could add up to 60 centimetres to the sea levelAndrew Darbyhelp
2014\12\04The AgeNews:
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World on course for hottest year Peter Hannamhelp
2014\11\30The AgeNews:
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UN seeks climate deal is peru's glaciers melt Marcus Priesthelp
2014\11\26The AgeNews:
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Carbon capture key to BHP's coal(ceo mackenzie says)Peter Kerhelp
2014\11\18The AgeOpinion:
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Hockey perspective missing in actionWhile the treasurer and prime minister tony Abbott may mock, China is getting on with tackling climate changePeter Martinhelp
2014\11\18The AgeNews:
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Coalition red faces as canadians back fund. (green climate fund)Climate change. Merkel adds to pressurePeter Hannamhelp
2014\11\16The AgeNews:
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Obama turns up the heat Mark Kennyhelp
2014\11\16The AgeNews:
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Beyond the US China deal on climatePledge by the superpowers is a push for others to do moreAdam Mortonhelp
2014\11\13The AgeNews:
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United states is on target to curb emissions Peter Hannamhelp
2014\11\13The AgeNews:
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The smoke signal has been sent, Australia Tim Flanneryhelp
2014\11\13The AgeNews:
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Deal presses Abbott for a responseGood news and bad newsMichael Gordonhelp
2014\11\13The AgeNews:
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Climate changersHistoric US China deal to cut emissions leaves Australia in the coldPhilip Wenhelp
2014\11\13The AgeNews:
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At risk: 13 percent of nation's exports Peter Martinhelp
2014\11\04The AgeOpinion:
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Melbourne cup shows power is in our handsThe race that stops a nation also reduces energy demand which tells US something about our collective power as consumersPeter Martinhelp
2014\11\03The AgeOpinion:
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Finally a sense of urgency has begun to emerge(1850 2000 missions chart)Nick Millerhelp
2014\11\03The AgeNews:
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'grim future' unless action taken nowUN report. Window of opportunity closing fastNick Millerhelp
2014\11\02The AgeNews:
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UN to warn of zero emissions goal(end of century target)Alister Doyle, Adam mortonhelp
2014\10\27The AgeNews:
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Rifts remain at talks on climate changeGlobal warming. Hopes deflate for deal to curb fossil fuel emissionsMariette Le Rouxhelp
2014\10\23The AgeNews:
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Canberra flashes in renewable targetIndustry says massive cut years to protect coal industryMark Kenny and Lisa Coxhelp
2014\10\14The AgeOpinion:
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Money talks as investors see the light and dump coalClimate and carbon risks are fast becoming a concern on financial not ethical groundsErwin Jacksonhelp
2014\10\14The AgeNews:
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Coal good for humanity: AbbottDiplomacy praise for Japan, sideswipe for ChinaJames Massola Peter Ker and lisa coxhelp
2014\10\03The AgeNews:
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Merkel aid lashes Australia's coal 'suicide strategy' Lisa Coxhelp
2014\10\01The AgeNews:
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Emissions 'caused 2013 heatwave' Lisa Coxhelp
2014\09\27The AgeNews:
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Dirty down under: nations big and small damn climate stanceAustralia has been challenged to make history or be vilified by itNick O'Malleyhelp
2014\09\25The AgeNews:
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Slow start for fund to tackle climate issuesUN summit: leaders urged to actCarole Landryhelp
2014\09\25The AgeNews:
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Obama's plea on climate:' bigger threat than terror' Mark Kenny and Lisa Coxhelp
2014\09\25The AgeNews:
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Minister Rob into bat for brown coal James Massola and Lisa Coxhelp
2014\09\24The AgeOpinion:
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Out in the cold as world turns up heat Tom Aruphelp
2014\09\24The AgeNews:
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Australia is conspicuous by its absence in climate debate Nick O'Malleyhelp
2014\09\21The AgeNews:
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Science: northern summer hottest on record  help
2014\09\03The AgeOpinion:
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We must kill dirty coal before it kills USThe menace of air pollution from aging inefficient coal fired power stations can no longer be toleratedTim Flannery and Fiona Stanleyhelp
2014\08\26The AgeOpinion:
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Renewable energy target in the spotlightInvestors in the electricity industry will face a tough time if the rules are changedPeter Martinhelp
2014\08\17The AgeNews:
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Our wide brown land of carbon savings Tom Aruphelp
2014\04\14The AgeNews:
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UN calls for drastic action on climateReport outlines low cost solutionNick Miller, Tom Araphelp
2014\04\09The AgeNews:
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'flaky' climate policy slammed as UN urges action(nicholas stern criticises Australian policy)Tom Aruphelp
2014\03\08EconomistNews:
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Global warming: who proposed the pause button?The slowdown in rising temperatures over the past 15 years goes from being an explained to over explained (warming will resume) help
2014\02\21The AgeNews:
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Usa extends its watch on world air pollutionDelhi, vietnam, mongolia added to beijingAustin Ramseyhelp