Eye on the Media: We don’t like change, but it’s coming anyway

Posted on May 2, 2011 by


Australia’s political discourse is becoming ever more infantile at the very time when global problems make an informed and politically savvy citizenry all the more important…

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Lindsay Tanner

‘Dumbing down our politics: Lindsay Tanner discusses Sideshow with Bernard Keane’ (audio)

Crikey

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Richard Denniss

‘The industries that cried wolf: an analysis of the claims made by Australia’s big polluters of the impact of a carbon price’

The Australia Institute

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Mark Thirlwell

‘The spectre of Malthus (After enjoying more than two decades of falling prices, the world’s economy is now having to navigate a period of more expensive food)’

The Lowy Institute

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ABC TV – Catalyst

‘The Oil Crunch’ (video)

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Matthew Norman

‘An empire’s shocking decline and fall’

The Independent

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Paul Bignell

‘Secret memos expose link between oil firms and invasion of Iraq’

The Independent

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