The "party that represents environmental protection" has given some details about how it will achieve ambitious new goals for renewable energy generation and left nuclear policy untouched. Thom Mitchell reports.
The lessons from a Dutch case which saw citizens successfully sue their government over its climate change policy will be explored at a number of public forums around the country this week. Thom Mitchell reports.
Kevin Rudd's pledge to increase military spending, with the Navy as the biggest winner, is misguided, writes John Langmore. The money would be better spent on issues that are of genuine concern to voters
Going to jail for talking about terrorism? Benbrika and his associates may be mad and bad, but they've been convicted of offences that amount to little more than guilt by association, argues Kirk McKenzie
The myth of universal prosperity is thriving in Australian public life. But are we all really living on easy street? Mark Davis explores a difference in opinion between the commentariat and the suburbs