Gifts, donations for access, cosy relations: Report on mining approvals in Queensland
With the Queensland Labor Government still to make a decision on the controversial Acland coal mine expansion, as well as finalising the te
Too Close for Comfort
Too Close for Comfort : How the coal and gas industry get their way in Queensland. Examines the relationship between the Queensland Government and the fossil fuel industry.
Sorry, but services company Transfield fails ethics 101
After decades in public life some Australian corporate leaders are figuring out what first-year philosophy students grasp in their first lecture: it's hard to define "ethical".
University Deregulation - Polling Brief
In July 2015 The Australia Institute conducted a national opinion poll of 1408 people through Research Now. Respondents were selected to produce a representative sample based on gender, age and state.
CEDEX Australian GHG emission report - October 2015
The Australia Institute, in a new partnership with engineering consultants Pitt & Sherry, will now be publishing the highly regarded Carbon Emissions Index (CEDEX) report.
Australian public support environmental advocacy
The mining and forestry lobby campaign to remove tax-deductibility for certain non-for-profit organisations they deem contrary to their business interests, does not have the support of the Australian public, according to new polling.
Airly Coal Mine project: Submission to Planning Assessment Commission
The Airly Coal Mine project is a small, underground mine in the Capertee Valley, north of Lithgow, NSW. It is currently being assessed by the NSW Planning Assessment Commission (PAC).
A message from the Chair of the Board
The Australia Institute has some exciting news to announce. After 8 years at the helm Richard Denniss has decided to step down from the role of Executive Director of the Australia Institute. On behalf of the Board I would like to express my appreciation to Richard and his family for the effort he has put in, and for the results that he has achieved.
Since the beginning of the mining boom Australia’s rural sector has lost $61.5 billion in export income. This includes $18.9 billion in 2011-12 alone.