Interview Jim Stanford, Director of Centre for Future Work, The Australia Institute.
The Australia Institute Tasmania’s research into poker machine reform was featured this week on the ABC’s 7:30. Bill Browne explains to Dave that his polling of the Franklin electorate found that over 80% of Tasmanians want fewer poker machines in the state, or for poker machines to be banned altogether.
Kiribati’s president Anote Tong has through a letter asked prime ministers of the world to support a global moratorium on new coal mines, which Australian Richard Denniss has responded to with the seriousness it deserves. An increase of two degrees Celsius and rising sea levels would make it impossible to live in major parts of
Apparently its okay to lie to politicians and planning officials. But not to judges. Rod Campbell from The Australia Institute talks with Sue Reece about how Rio Tinto rapidly downgraded their economic projections about the benefits of the Warkwork coal mine expansion when taken to court.