The utopian renewable future promised by Labor and the Greens is based on more fiction than fact, underpinned by faux moralism and will come with an undetermined price tag for little environmental benefit.
In 2018, total deployment of renewable energy stood at about 180 gigawatts (GW), which was the same as the previous year.
Electric vehicles may be the next big thing, but the ALP's policy will do little to help the environment and will do more to waste taxpayers money and hurt consumers.
None of us asked to be born at a time of crisis, But we have been born at such a time, and history has given us an enormous responsibility.
Works such as David Goodstein's On Fact and Fraud: Cautionary Tales from the Front Lines of Science (2010) show scientists as fallible creatures prone to careerism and the posterity disease.
Labor's policy on electrical vehicles (EVs) is probably good politics but it offers little substance in support of its optimistic targets.
It is essential that we create global governance systems that can deal with disasters and enforce rules relating to energy use.
Ill-conceived thought-bubbles on resource use weaken rural support for the coalition.
There appears to be a route for a fully gravitational aqueduct with an ideal gradient of 1:5000.
WWF's staff on the ground in Nepal leaped into action – not to demand justice, but to lobby for the charges to disappear.
The Victorian Government’s appeasement of environmental ideology is hampering its capability to deal with serious bushfires.
Despite high-profile nuclear disasters like Chernobyl , Fukushima, and Three Mile Island, the deaths related to nuclear meltdowns are actually very few.