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Workers rights are climate business.

You’ve probably heard the saying many times over, that “climate change is union business”. Climate change is union business for the impact it has on workers and our workplaces, and that workers will of course be on the frontline to the most devastating impacts – it won’t be the bosses. If you need any reminder of why climate change is union business, you can check out my comrade (and boss!)

Integrity concerns with Empire Energy grants

Integrity concerns with Empire Energy grants In July 2021, the Morrison Government handed $21 million to oil and gas company Empire Energy to frack for gas in the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo Basin.  In late 2020, Energy Minister Angus Taylor visited Empire Energy’s fracking site in the Northern Territory. He wasn’t the Minister responsible for the issue so we decided to take a closer look at his connections to the company. 

Kurri Kurri gas plant – our submission

To the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Submission to Hunter Power Project (Kurri Kurri Power Station)  350.org Australia is a registered charity, and our charitable purpose is to inform and educate the general public about climate change and its impact on the natural environment, and encourage research into climate change.

Exposing the Covid-19 commission

Exposing the Covid-19 commission From the first days of the global COVID-19 pandemic, it became clear that the fossil fuel lobby was running a concerted campaign to exploit the global health crisis to further its agenda. In March 2020, the Government appointed a so-called ‘Covid Commission’ that was stacked with fossil fuel company executives and gas “kingmakers” whose vision for Australia was for more pipelines and fracking wells.