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Seven climate myths blocking the action we need right now to avoid devastation

By David Spratt

Tuesday 28 of October 2014

The stated purpose of international climate negotiations is to avoid dangerous climate change. But climate policy analyst David Spratt says existing conditions are already sufficient to create catastrophic breakdown. So what are the seven myths preventing action appropriate to this emergency situation?

Reclaiming democracy – how an industry has captured the democratic process

Aidan Ricketts

Tuesday 24 of June 2014

What lies behind the visceral battle between Australian rural communities and the collective force of the mining and petroleum industry is a battle to reclaim democracy itself. Long time forest and CSG activist Aidan Ricketts discusses the deep corruption behind the deals.