Backed by the Galileo Movement, Patrick Moore – who recently compared environmentalists to the Taliban – is touring Australia.
Treasurer barely misses a beat when challenged to justify Australia’s fossil fuel industry and bottom-dwelling record for greenhouse gas emissions.
Advertising authorities have told Peabody Energy that it can no longer freely dangle its “clean coal” mythology in front of consumers without explanation.
Bjorn Lomborg is a favourite of the Australian conservatives looking to slow down climate action and clean energy investment. An investigation raises interesting questions about the sources of his funding.
Is Hector the Lump of Coal really the right mascot to talk to kids about the arts, dental hygiene, bullying, and sun safety?
Abbott’s chief business advisor Maurice Newman is a member of a society home to leading pushers of climate denial.
In an unprecedented move, leading environmental NGOs have walked out of the UN climate talks in Warsaw, saying they had had enough of the “coal COP”
Fossil-fuel funded group Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow tells COP19 press conference world should follow Australia’s lead in repealing carbon price.
A list of questions for aspiring science minister Dennis Jensen – which of these Monckton statements does he agree with?
It all depends who’s doing the asking – and what the weather’s like when they’re doing it. Studies have revealed just how difficult it can be to get a true picture of the general public’s view on climate change – especially from mainstream media. But all things being equal, it looks like the science is winning.
New research into more than 100 climate science denial books finds almost all of them are largely the products of conservative-leaning think tanks.