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Nicole Hasham is environment and energy correspondent for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age.

For the cost of a cup of tea, you could recycle your kettle

For the cost of a cup of tea, you could recycle your kettle

A new analysis has revealed the relatively small cost of compulsory recycling schemes that would help solve Australia’s waste crisis.

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Coalition at odds with states over energy savings measure

Coalition at odds with states over energy savings measure

Queensland has accused the Morrison government of ditching a measure vital to lowering energy bills.

  • by Nicole Hasham and Shane Wright
Murray-Darling water flows worsen despite $8.5 billion cash splash, analysis finds
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Murray-Darling water flows worsen despite $8.5 billion cash splash, analysis finds

The startling findings by an eminent group of scientists suggest the controversial basin plan is floundering.

  • by Nicole Hasham
Labor to oppose government's $5 billion drought 'slush fund'

Labor to oppose government's $5 billion drought 'slush fund'

The move has opened Labor up to government claims it is “playing politics” over the record-breaking drought.

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Lonely, unfit and hooked on air-conditioning - is this the summer of the future?

Lonely, unfit and hooked on air-conditioning - is this the summer of the future?

Temperatures almost too hot for humans are no longer a doomsday prediction. Summer has changed, and so must we.

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CSIRO questions whether all Australia's emissions cuts are real
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CSIRO questions whether all Australia's emissions cuts are real

The concerns by the nation’s pre-eminent science agency suggest Australia could have overstated its contribution to the fight against global warming.

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'Astounded': former fire chief unloads on politicians over climate change inaction
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'Astounded': former fire chief unloads on politicians over climate change inaction

When decorated firefighter Greg Mullins once sought to raise the climate change alarm following fires in the Blue Mountains, he was told him to "pull your head in".

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Royal commission finds Murray Darling officials committed 'gross negligence'

Royal commission finds Murray Darling officials committed 'gross negligence'

The report called for a huge shake-up in the way Australia’s longest river system is managed.

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International peers say Australia will 'fall short' on climate action

International peers say Australia will 'fall short' on climate action

The worrying assessment comes ahead of a likely May election where the major parties’ climate change policies will come under the microscope.

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'Keep pushing, keep trying', says 2019 Young Australian of the Year

'Keep pushing, keep trying', says 2019 Young Australian of the Year

The young Indigenous hip-hop artist says non-indigenous Australians have much to learn about his culture and he wants to "educate through music".

  • by Nicole Hasham
'We are doing it for the next family': parents named Local Heroes a year after teen's death

'We are doing it for the next family': parents named Local Heroes a year after teen's death

As she lay with the body of her teenage daughter last year, Kate Everett made her a promise.

  • by Nicole Hasham