The COAG meeting today, notable for its coincidence with an increased scepticism about the clean energy industry among the conservative premiers of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria, coincides with Campbell Newman’s battering ram impersonation. “Get out of the way”, … Continue reading
Posted in Australian politics, Climate change, Coal Seam Gas, Environment, Extractive industries, Queensland politics
Tagged Barry O'Farrell, Campbell Newman, Climate Change, COAG, Coal Seam Gas, Coalition, Environment, Green Tape, Julia Gillard, LNP, Mining, Regulation
In the wake of Queensland Labor’s epic defeat, I’ve been having a number of interesting conversations with friends and comrades about what it all means. Those chats have not been about where the ALP and Anna Bligh went wrong. I … Continue reading
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Although it’s sad news that Larvatus Prodeo is now closed, that doesn’t mean the Pirate Queen has eschewed her Panopticon!