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By |May 10, 2022|Categories: Albanese, Angus Taylor, carbon capture, climate change, Climate Change Politics, Morrison, POLITICS, Scott Morrison|Tags: |

ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION ISSUES IN THE COMMUNITY IS ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE – WHY AREN’T THE MAJOR PARTIES LISTENING? When dealing with [CLICK TO READ MORE]

Morrison’s trickery and deception is clever, but we know him now!

By |April 19, 2022|Categories: coal, COP26, global warming, Morrison, Scott Morrison, truthfulness|Tags: |

Does Morrison even understand hydrogen technology as a renewable energy source? Hydrogen hubs are being touted as the next good thing in the renewable energy industry, but mostly only [CLICK TO READ MORE]

AUSTRALIANS ARE BEING SHORTCHANGED BY GREEDY MINERS

By |January 17, 2022|Categories: Chevron Oil, greenhouse gases, mining royalties, taxes & royalties, Woodside|Tags: |

A "Gas-fired robbery" report has been released by the Australia Institute revealing that the operators of Australia's giant offshore gasfields are paying next to no royalties. On top of this [CLICK TO READ MORE]

INTEGRITY … WHAT INTEGRITY?

By |November 27, 2021|Categories: #rockflatblog, Christial Porter, Gladys Berijiklian, Integrity Commission, Michaelia Cash, POLITICS, Religious Discrimination Bill, Scott Morrison, truthfulness|Tags: , |

The long awaited introduction of legislation for a Commonwealth Integrity Commission (CIC) has again been stalled, or perhaps a better description is stymied as a majority in the government [CLICK TO READ MORE]

CLIMATE 200 GAINING MOMENTUM

By |November 26, 2021|Categories: #rockflatblog, Climate 200, independent, Meg Lees|Tags: , , , |

The Guardian (26/11/21) has reported that former Australian Democrats leader Meg Lees has joined the advisory council of Climate 200. Les joins former Liberal party leader John Hewson, and iconic [CLICK TO READ MORE]

A GOOD NEWS STORY! BRIDLED NAILTAIL WALLABIES BACK FROM THE BRINK

By |November 25, 2021|Categories: conservation, feral cat, GOOD NEWS!, native animal|Tags: |

In 2008, there were just 65 bridled nailtail wallabies at the Taunton National Park, which is about 135 kilometres inland from Rockhampton in Queensland. After 13 years of conservation, a [CLICK TO READ MORE]

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