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Malcolm Roberts to discuss climate science with CSIRO

One Nation senator asks for briefing to see science agency’s proof that carbon dioxide affects climate ‘because they’ve never provided it before’The CSIRO will meet Malcolm Roberts to discuss global warming after the innovation and science mini…

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Josh Frydenberg plays down Climate Change Authority call for tougher emissions limits

Environment minister says government has no plans to introduce emissions trading schemes and claims Australia is on track to meet targetThe Coalition’s energy and environment minister, Josh Frydenberg, has hit back at a report from the Climate Change…

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‘Secret’ gas contracts hurting competition, Josh Frydenberg says

Coag meeting will agree on a significant suite of reforms, federal energy and environment minister says • If energy ministers bow to gas industry they’ll be deciding in the darkA meeting of state and territory energy ministers will tackle secret lo…

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One Nation’s Malcolm Roberts denies being ‘sovereign citizen’ and urges change to race law

Senator accuses Greg Hunt of introducing a carbon tax and says there’s no empirical evidence carbon dioxide causes global warmingThe newly elected One Nation senator Malcolm Roberts has denied he is a “sovereign citizen” in response to revelation…

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Greens to spend $265m on community-owned renewable energy projects

Four-year package, to be announced by Adam Bandt on Saturday, will allow the ventures to generate tax-free profits from the electricity createdThe Greens will announce that they will spend $265.2m on community-owned renewable energy projects, including…

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Josh Frydenberg targets Labor candidates opposed to new coalmines

Resources minister says candidates are challenging Bill Shorten’s authority on coal and Adani’s Carmichael mine The resources minister, Josh Frydenberg, has taken aim at a number of outspoken Labor candidates who oppose new coalmines and called on …

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Scott Morrison faces pressure to cut $7.7bn fossil fuel subsidies

Religious, education and renewable energy sector leaders gather in Canberra, urging treasurer to take action in budgetA diverse group of religious, education and renewable energy sector leaders have gathered in Canberra to pressure Scott Morrison to cu…

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Gas suppliers used market restructure to hike prices, watchdog says

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission finds evidence gas pipeline operators engaging in monopoly pricing Gas suppliers on the east coast of Australia have used a market restructure to hike prices on domestic consumers and there is evidence pip…

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Australian Renewable Energy Agency gets new board and chairman

The environment minister, Greg Hunt, announces six new directors who have been appointed for a two-year termThe government has appointed six new directors to the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (Arena) board, to be headed by a new chairman, Martijn …

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CSIRO chief executive ‘evasive’ before Senate committee, say Greens

Greens senators say Larry Marshall has not adequately explained why CSIRO cut jobs of climate scientistsGreens senators have labelled the CSIRO chief executive’s performance before a Senate committee as “evasive”, claiming he has not adequately e…

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