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					Current Environmental Issues Index Vol 103 Nos 1 – 21 * 2003

Agent Orange (herbicide)
Agent Orange error uncovered / Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 17/04/2003 p. 6 Three decades on and diggers fight for answers / Claire Miller / The Age / 17/04/2003 p. 6 How dioxins affect human health / / The Age / 13/01/2003 p. 11 Vietnam: chemical warfare's fallout / Claire Miller / The Age / 13/01/2003 p. 11
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Agriculture
Eco logical planning / Steve Payne / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/10/2003 p. Eco19 Our good earth full of toxins / Angela Goode and Meredith Booth / Advertiser / 18/10/2003 p. 29 Plea for land use rethink to beat salinity / Rebecca Kerr / Advertiser / 15/07/2003 p. 10 Dreams of a record crop are fading into dust / Daniel Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/06/2003 p. 4 Farmers urged to help save Reef / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 23/05/2003 p. 6 Water cut to cost growers millions / Leanne Craig and Melissa King / Advertiser / 22/05/2003 p. 4 Fadeout on the reef / Sally Ingleton / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/05/2003 p. 11 Reef study urges end to deadly land wash / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 27/02/2003 p. 5 State must take stock / Tony Koch / Courier Mail / 15/02/2003 p. 27 Cut ethanol's subsidy, set a limit, then hands off / Lauchlan McIntosh / Canberra Times / 6/02/2003 p. 19 Report confirms run-off wrecks Reef / Matthew Franklin and Natalie Gregg / Courier Mail / 29/01/2003 p. 12 A ravaged country is a nation on the way out / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/01/2003 p. 13 A rice-growing tradition dries up in a tough year / Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 20/02/2002 p. 3
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Air Pollution
Asthma risk in M5 tunnel air / Ruth Pollard / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/07/2003 p. 3 Health haze on valley / Scott Hannaford / Canberra Times / 20/07/2003 p. 10 Smog hits city's health / Ben Harvey / West Australian / 16/07/2003 p. 1 Why we are sick of work / Jane Holroyd / Herald Sun / 24/06/2003 p. 21 Canberra loves wood heaters / Danielle Cronin / Canberra Times / 21/06/2003 p. B5 Emissions up: report / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 31/03/2003 p. 10 Tests warn tunnel air a health risk / Rod Smith / Sunday Telegraph / 16/03/2003 p. 50 Diesel and dust / Geoff Paradise / Daily Telegraph / 1/03/2003 p. 40
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Alcohol as Fuel
Car group keeps ethanol report secret / Mark Hinchliffe, Malcolm Cole and Gordon Lomas / Courier Mail / 11/09/2003 p. 10 Engine damage claims rock ethanol industry / Malcolm Cole / Courier Mail / 10/09/2003 p. 1 Ethanol makers revved up for main cut of $37m / John Garnaut / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/07/2003 p. 6 Ethanol support clears way for wider trials / Rosemary Odgers and Chris Jones / Courier Mail / 23/07/2003 p. 6 Car alarm: why we can't breathe freely / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2003 p. 17 Working out the limits of ethanol / / The Age / 21/04/2003 p. 10 Editorial Ethanol cap to prevent damage / Chris Jones / Courier Mail / 12/04/2003 p. 10 Ethanol level to be fixed and displayed / Mark Riley / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/04/2003 p. 19 Ethanol scheme ditched for government fleet / Tim McNamara and Lachlan Heywood / Courier Mail / 5/04/2003 p. 4 Setting limits for ethanol levels / / The Age / 29/03/2003 p. 8 Editorial Ethanol labels for state's pumps / Larissa Dubecki and Chee Chee Leung / The Age / 27/03/2003 p. 11 Cabinet plan for 2pc ethanol-laced petrol / Nigel Wilson / Australian / 13/03/2003 p. 1 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Green doubts over ethanol / Chris Jones / Courier Mail / 24/02/2003 p. 7 Cap doesn't fit as ethanol debate rages / Laura Tingle / Financial Review / 21/02/2003 p. 7 Energy reform a burning issue / / Financial Review / 20/02/2003 p. 70 Editorial Ethanol damage to engines confirmed / / The Age / 20/02/2003 p. 2 Ethanol on display for confidence / Chris Jones and Amanda Gearing / Courier Mail / 20/02/2003 p. 9 The big ethanol lie / Bob Gordon / Herald Sun / 7/02/2003 p. 21 Cut ethanol's subsidy, set a limit, then hands off / Lauchlan McIntosh / Canberra Times / 6/02/2003 p. 19
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Algae
Algal blooms on Barrier Reef stir concern / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 25/11/2003 p. 6 Fertiliser blamed for killer algae / Paul Toohey / Australian / 28/05/2003 p. 5 More fish deaths likely with further rain: Trust / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 28/05/2003 p. 4 Fish stocks wiped out in river disaster / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 27/05/2003 p. 1
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Antarctica
Antarctica / Daniel Clarke / Advertiser / 5/08/2003 p. 32 Antarctica in peril / Giles Tremlett and Orietta Guerrera / The Age / 19/06/2003 p. 10
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Aquaculture
Passion roused in oyster farm battle / Michelle Paine / Hobart Mercury / 1/11/2003 p. 4 Fish farm plan stirs fears of mass escapes / Nigel Hunt / Advertiser / 5/09/2003 p. 27 Battle for the bay / Mark Voisey / Courier Mail / 2/09/2003 p. 13 Seeking golden ponds / Leisa Scott / Australian / 21/08/2003 p. 11 Fish farmers fear being trapped in regulatory net / Cathy Bolt / Financial Review / 16/07/2003 p. 8 Meeting the seafood shortfall / Leisa Scott / Australian / 11/07/2003 p. 9 Fishermen fear a king hit from farmed species / Thea Williams / Australian / 7/03/2003 p. 5 Fish farming for Bay sites / Ian Haberfield / Herald Sun / 2/03/2003 p. 11 Fight over fish farms / Nigel Hunt / Advertiser / 1/02/2003 p. 46 Kingfish farm escapees savage other species / Nigel Hunt / Advertiser / 28/01/2003 p. 10
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Asbestos as a Health Hazard
Alarm at asbestos hazard finding / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 31/08/2003 p. 1 Asbestos in schools threat to workers, union warn / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 31/08/2003 p. 5
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Bats
Bats take a fancy to Geelong / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 2/04/2003 p. 12 New battle over bats / Danny Butler / Herald Sun / 2/04/2003 p. 13 Dusk in the bat camp and suddenly it's pure mayhem / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 12/03/2003 p. 7
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Birds
Why acridotheres tristis / Simon Benson / Daily Telegraph / 12/09/2003 p. 21 Birds losing fight for survival as farming marches on / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 25/08/2003 p. 4
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Bushfires
Wide-scale fuel reduction impractical / Val Plumwood / Canberra Times / 13/03/2003 p. 15 The big dry, bushfires reignite heated debate on global warming / Julie Macken / Financial Review / 17/02/2003 p. current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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68 War on the environment nears crisis / David Horton / Canberra Times / 17/02/2003 p. 13 A burning question / Elizabeth Farrelly / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/02/2003 p. 12 Heart of the fire issue / / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/02/2003 p. 12 Editorial If we invite the wilderness in, we must accept the consequences / Aled Hoggett / Canberra Times / 31/01/2003 p. 21 Looking for truths in the burning bush / / The Age / 31/01/2003 p. 12 Editorial A nation hostage to the gun / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2003 p. 13 Once the fires abate / Claire Miller / The Age / 30/01/2003 p. 13 Burning issue: Fire as a tool / Kent Martin / Sunday Mail (SA) / 26/01/2003 p. 44 Burning Issue: Not the answer / Simon Divecha / Sunday Mail (SA) / 26/01/2003 p. 44 Canberra's firestorm reignites forest debate / / Courier Mail / 25/01/2003 p. 24 Editorial Not just blame after the flame / / Australian / 25/01/2003 p. 16 Editorial Raking over the embers / Kate Carnell and John Connor / Financial Review / 24/01/2003 p. 56 No easy control for necessary part of landscape / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 23/01/2003 p. 2 Alpine blazes pose threat to fragile wildlife / Amanda Hodge, Brendan O'Keefe and James Madden / Australian / 21/01/2003 p. 6 Fires threaten to kill off rare wetland frogs / John Ellicott / Australian / 15/01/2003 p. 3
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Cane Toads
Croak and dagger: species decline as Top End turns into cane toad heaven / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2003 p. 3 Ever-spreading cane toads getting the jump on native frogs / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2003 p. 13
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Climate
A bleak outlook for our climate / Ian Haberfield / Herald Sun / 2/11/2003 p. 21 Forecast 2070 / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 15/10/2003 p. 9 State dry as rain goes south / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 19/09/2003 p. 10 Farming blind: urgent call for climate studies / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 17/09/2003 p. 6 Warming up for a fiery challenge / Graeme O'Neill / Herald Sun / 24/08/2003 p. 43 Flipping out over global warming / Gwynne Dyer / Canberra Times / 19/08/2003 p. 11 The heat's on Europe / Natasha Bita and Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 14/08/2003 p. 9 Climate swings put heat on Europe / Adrian Croft / The Age / 2/08/2003 p. 18 Climate change more urgent than we think / Gwynne Dyer / Canberra Times / 8/07/2003 p. 11 Reaping the whirlwind of climate change / Michael McCarthy / Canberra Times / 4/07/2003 p. 11 El Nino eases but not all to benefit / / Canberra Times / 19/03/2003 p. 12 Arctic warming up for 20 years: study / / Canberra Times / 15/03/2003 p. 18 The 'boy child' blamed for droughts / Stacey Lucas / Canberra Times / 15/03/2003 p. 37 Drought was beyond science / Cathy Bolt / Financial Review / 13/03/2003 p. 13 Climate change taking toll / Sonny Neale / Canberra Times / 8/03/2003 p. 14
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Conservation of Natural Resources
Many ways to cut the waste / Gary Tippet / The Age / 20/03/2004 p. 13 Green groups rail against use of red gum sleepers / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 16/11/2003 p. 11 Murray of the overflow / John Cox / Financial Review / 13/11/2003 p. 78 Scientists firm on Murray's welfare / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 13/11/2003 p. 7 Murray plan just a trickle / Steve Lewis / Australian / 12/11/2003 p. 6 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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When money flows like the Murray, get the most from every dollar / Peter Cullen / Australian / 10/11/2003 p. 6 A free trade pact will hurt our environment / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 3/11/2003 p. 11 Green fears on rating system / Melissa Marino / The Age / 26/10/2003 p. 6 Let's clear muddy waters / John Quiggin / Financial Review / 23/10/2003 p. 62 Ministers split over Murray / Terry Plane / Australian / 21/10/2003 p. 4 How much water for a healthy river? / / The Age / 20/10/2003 p. 10 Editorial Murray's needs exceed federal plans / Shane Wright / The Age / 16/10/2003 p. 3 O solar mio: a better way to heat your house / Orietta Guerrera / The Age / 15/10/2003 p. 12 Wetlands must be sacrificed / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 10/10/2003 p. 10 Sustaining a view from green towers / Tina Perinotto / Financial Review / 2/10/2003 p. 60 SA's watershed / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 9/08/2003 p. 29 Farmers hope for rivers plan to become reality / Asa Wahlquist / Herald Sun / 6/08/2003 p. 30 Rivers blueprint troubles Truss / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 5/08/2003 p. 6 Water net mustn't drown farmers / Glenn Milne, Chris Baker, Ken Mansell, Philip Lawrence, Nat B Wheatley / Australian / 4/08/2003 p. 8 Letters Cash flow will help save the Murray River / / Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 16 Editorial Life's draining out of Murray / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 2/08/2003 p. B1 Green ratings greeted with controversy / Tina Perinotto / Financial Review / 31/07/2003 p. 53 Energy demand hits home / Mark Skelsey and Starvo Sofios / Daily Telegraph / 29/07/2003 p. 17 Green with energy / Robert Harley / Financial Review / 12/07/2003 p. Water war swamping farmers / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 21/06/2003 p. 10 Threat to states on water use / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 22/05/2003 p. 6 Water cut to cost growers millions / Leanne Craig and Melissa King / Advertiser / 22/05/2003 p. 4 Dry zone: water restrictions from July / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 21/05/2003 p. 1 Tougher water curbs on the way / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 20/05/2003 p. 2 Water subsidy a mere trickle / Peter Hunt / Herald Sun / 12/05/2003 p. 20 Grey-water recycling rebate rises to $500 / Richard Baker / The Age / 9/05/2003 p. 3 Aid for rivers, saltfight, parks / Ashley Gardiner / Herald Sun / 7/05/2003 p. 10 Extreme water plan mooted / Michelle Pountney / Herald Sun / 2/05/2003 p. 28 Water tanks for self-sufficient suburbs: CSIRO / Georgia Curry / Canberra Times / 2/05/2003 p. 3 Grant hopes despite the hits / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 27/04/2003 p. 40 It's crunch time for water / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 27/04/2003 p. 40 Stage two restrictions on the way / Elicia Murray / Canberra Times / 19/04/2003 p. 2 Water curbs to be permanent / Richard Baker and Larissa Dubecki / The Age / 11/04/2003 p. 11 Water 'mining' the next step / Annabel Day / Financial Review / 11/04/2003 p. 14 Those who call the water tune should repay the pipers / Deborah Kerr / Canberra Times / 20/03/2003 p. 22 National strategy required to reverse drain on liquid asset / / Canberra Times / 15/03/2003 p. 10 Push for mandatory water-efficiency labels / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/03/2003 p. 9 State facing water restrictions / / Australian / 8/03/2003 p. 7 Murray buybacks not enough, says Kerin / Chris Milne / Financial Review / 7/03/2003 p. 17 Water crisis deepens as experts call for control / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/03/2003 p. 5 Water supplies near crisis point, UN warns / Rick Weiss / The Age / 6/03/2003 p. 9 No end to water cuts / Chris Tinkler / Herald Sun / 2/03/2003 p. 2 Water, water everywhere, but now you'll need a licence / William Verity / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/02/2003 p. 8 Give the dying river life, pleads Premier / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 20/02/2003 p. 24 State must take stock / Tony Koch / Courier Mail / 15/02/2003 p. 27 Ration water now to conserve our future / Rex Jory / Advertiser / 14/02/2003 p. 20 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Murray' disaster' if funding fails to slow / Terry Plane and Amanda Hodge / Australian / 12/02/2003 p. 5 $40b user-pays plan to lift environment action / Maria Moscaritolo / Hobart Mercury / 6/02/2003 p. 10 Dire forecasts for Murray now reality / / Canberra Times / 22/01/2003 p. 19 Dying of thirst / / Advertiser / 22/01/2003 p. 4 Shocking taste of future is here / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 22/01/2003 p. 1 Single cause of extinction found at home / Mark Henderson / Australian / 14/01/2003 p. 7 Let the river run free - or at a cost of $675m / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/01/2003 p. 1 Rescue plan for Murray 'not enough' / Stephanie Peating / The Age / 9/01/2003 p.
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Coral Reefs and Islands
Tide of opinion brings reef relief / Steve Pennells and Clan Manton / West Australian / 5/07/2003 p. 5
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Dams
Long legal battle looms on Meander dam / Jane Lovibond / Hobart Mercury / 27/11/2003 p. 11 Damned if we do / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2003 p. 29 Filling dam would dry up river for a decade, says expert / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2003 p. 6 Second dam means a much smarter way of living goes down the drain / Jeff Angel / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/11/2003 p. 11 Dam will benefit the state / / Hobart Mercury / 23/09/2003 p. 14 Editorial Dam opens floodgates / Danny Rose / Sunday Tasmanian / 21/09/2003 p. 7 Dam approved but green lobby fights on / Rohan Wade / Hobart Mercury / 20/09/2003 p. 5 Do small dams rob our rivers of water? / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 9/08/2003 p. B5 Why meander dam is a goer / Bryan Green / Hobart Mercury / 17/04/2003 p. 15 Damned if it doesn't / Guy Barnett / Hobart Mercury / 9/04/2003 p. 15 Meander Dam: Hot topic / Alan Duggan, Michael Lynch and George Smiley / Hobart Mercury / 10/02/2003 p. 14 Letters Dam exposes appeals farce / Bruce Felmingham / Hobart Mercury / 9/02/2003 p. 13 Fact and fiction on dam-buster quolls / Simon Bevilacqua / Hobart Mercury / 9/02/2003 p. 10 Farmers clap and cheer dam victory / Brett Stubbs / Hobart Mercury / 5/02/2003 p. 3 Meander dam / Michael Lynch / Hobart Mercury / 5/02/2003 p. 15 Letter Meander Dam / Mark Shelton / Hobart Mercury / 5/02/2003 p. 15 Letter Court may rule on dam / Brett Stubbs / Hobart Mercury / 25/01/2003 p. 9 Quoll halts northern dam / Brett Stubbs / Hobart Mercury / 24/01/2003 p. 7
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Droughts
Farmers at odds with bureau's end-of-drought forecast / Jessica Stanley / Canberra Times / 12/06/2003 p. 6 Dreams of a record crop are fading into dust / Daniel Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/06/2003 p. 4 Drought was beyond science / Cathy Bolt / Financial Review / 13/03/2003 p. 13 Watering down an agricultural dilemma / / The Age / 21/02/2003 p. 16 Editorial Fears rise, water levels fall as the bush slowly dries / Geoff Strong / The Age / 20/02/2003 p. 3 May the drought's reign end and life under a dark cloud begin / John Huxley / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/02/2003 p. 3 Drought dries up jobs in the bush / Leanne Edmistone / Courier Mail / 15/01/2003 p. 1 Shooting season halted by drought / Alison Crosweller and Gosia Kaszubska / Australian / 8/01/2003 p. 4 Drought worst in a century / Sid Marris and Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 17/12/2002 p. 1 A rice-growing tradition dries up in a tough year / Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 20/02/2002 p. 3
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Dugongs
Reef dugongs almost wiped out in 40 years / Nathan Scholz / Courier Mail / 5/07/2003 p. 7
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El Nino
El Nino eases but not all to benefit / / Canberra Times / 19/03/2003 p. 12 The 'boy child' blamed for droughts / Stacey Lucas / Canberra Times / 15/03/2003 p. 37 We won't miss this little boy / Nick Richardson / Herald Sun / 28/02/2003 p. 20 The big dry, bushfires reignite heated debate on global warming / Julie Macken / Financial Review / 17/02/2003 p. 68 May the drought's reign end and life under a dark cloud begin / John Huxley / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/02/2003 p. 3 Permanent El Nino fears eased / Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 7/02/2003 p. 9 Low rainfall saps storage but El Nino set to fade / Julia Medew / The Age / 2/02/2003 p. 6 Fading El Nino has more in store / / The Age / 18/01/2002 p. 26
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Electric Power Supply
Power plant draws fire over emissions / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/09/2003 p. 5 Energy reform urged in face of blackouts / Dennis Atkins / Courier Mail / 1/09/2003 p. 3 Power to the people / / Herald Sun / 1/09/2003 p. 30 Power crisis looming / Peter Mickelburough / Herald Sun / 22/08/2003 p. 9 Power houses worse than 40 million cars / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 22/08/2003 p. 3 Victorian electricity generator named worst offender / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 22/08/2003 p. 7 Expert fears power crisis / David Wilson / Herald Sun / 17/08/2003 p. 12 Coping with a big, black apple / / Herald Sun / 16/08/2003 p. 4 Get ready for electricity crisis / Rod Myer / The Age / 4/08/2003 p. 7 Four states to face summer blackouts / Nigel Wilson / Australian / 31/07/2003 p. 5 Power shortfall: a $10bn problem / Brian Robins / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/07/2003 p. 23 Urgent need for power generation / Peter Mickelburough / Herald Sun / 31/07/2003 p. 14 What do Delhi, Harare and Perth have in common? They could all soon be in the dark / Paul Armstrong / West Australian / 26/07/2003 p. 66 The power game / Miles Kemp / Advertiser / 31/01/2003 p. 19 The power puzzle / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 28/01/2003 p. 19
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Electromagnetic Radiation
Transmitting the wrong signal / / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/02/2003 p. 14 Editorial Planning debacle forces radio towers to seek new home / Anne Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/02/2003 p. 5 Phones damage brains / Tim Utton / Hobart Mercury / 7/02/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(3)p. 14 CEIv. 103(3)p. 13 CEIv. 103(3)p. 14

Endangered Species
UN calls for action to save imperilled apes / Tim Radford / The Age / 27/11/2003 p. 13 2000 join list of species at risk / Michelle Pountney / Herald Sun / 22/11/2003 p. 16 Bad news for wombat and tortoise: we're in the conservation red / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/11/2003 p. 3 12,259 species endangered / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 19/11/2003 p. 7 Conservation endangered / / Sydney Morning Herald / 14/10/2003 p. 10 Editorial US set to OK trade in rare species / Shankar Vedantam / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/10/2003 p. 10 Off into the eternal night / Tim Radford / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/10/2003 p. 16 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(21)p. 5 CEIv. 103(21)p. 6 CEIv. 103(21)p. 6 CEIv. 103(21)p. 5 CEIv. 103(18)p. 5 CEIv. 103(18)p. 5 CEIv. 103(18)p. 3

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Jungle's king under threat / / West Australian / 19/09/2003 p. 31 Shy seahorses vanishing from our waters / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/09/2003 p. 5 Last gasp for lungfish? / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 18/09/2003 p. 13 Extinct wallaby is back / Richard Sproull and Selina Mitchell / Australian / 13/09/2003 p. 9 Precious life that hangs by a thread / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 8/09/2003 p. 9 Endangered species / / Canberra Times / 31/08/2003 p. Poster The growing threat to birds and trees and fish / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 23/08/2003 p. 88 Tiger on the brink of extinction / Jerry Harmer / Sunday Telegraph / 27/07/2003 p. 47 'Extinct' wallaby comes home / Selina Mitchell / Australian / 19/07/2003 p. 10 Vic's wildlife at crisis point / Kylie Smith / Herald Sun / 27/04/2003 p. 31 Audit sounds warning for native species / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 23/04/2003 p. 3 Land clearing killing fauna, flora: report / Daniel Clery / West Australian / 23/04/2003 p. 9 Natural heritage risks extinction / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 23/04/2003 p. 8 The great global seed hunt / Peter Hackett / Advertiser / 19/04/2003 p. 8
CEIv. 103(17)p. 7 CEIv. 103(18)p. 6 CEIv. 103(17)p. 8 CEIv. 103(17)p. 8 CEIv. 103(16)p. 12 CEIv. 103(16)p. 9 CEIv. 103(15)p. 13 CEIv. 103(13)p. 9 CEIv. 103(13)p. 10 CEIv. 103(8)p. 6 CEIv. 103(7)p. 23 CEIv. 103(8)p. 5 CEIv. 103(7)p. 24 CEIv. 103(7)p. 11

Energy Resources
Why it's cool to go with gas / Marcus Godinho / Herald Sun / 5/11/2003 p. 20 A cheap and effective solution to an energy and water-hungry future / Leslie Kemeny / Canberra Times / 4/11/2003 p. 13 Drive for efficiency / Stuart Martin / Advertiser / 29/10/2003 p. 19 The coalition of the global polluters / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 23/10/2003 p. 13 Clean, green, sleek cars on track, if all sides work together / Peter Brewer / Canberra Times / 19/10/2003 p. 4 Green lobby appalled at Gorgon yes / Carmelo Amalfi / West Australian / 9/09/2003 p. 4 State go-ahead for $11b gas project / Steve Pennells / West Australian / 9/09/2003 p. 1 A mighty wind / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/08/2003 p. 9 Plan to get energy from Earth's crust / Penelope Debelle / The Age / 7/08/2003 p. 4 Power to the people / Peter Vincent / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/06/2003 p. Eco22 Fuel for thought / Nicholas Rothwell / Australian / 22/05/2003 p. 9 Push to develop hydrogen power / Yonnene Pearce / West Australian / 21/05/2003 p. 45 Clear the way for renewable energy / / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/04/2003 p. 12 Editorial Propping up the old smokestack industries / Mark Diesendorf / Canberra Times / 22/04/2003 p. 11 Energy reform a burning issue / / Financial Review / 20/02/2003 p. 70 Editorial NSW slips behind on green power / Stephanie Power / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/02/2003 p. 3 Geodynamics digs deep for hot rock / Stephen Wisenthal / Financial Review / 17/02/2003 p. 49
CEIv. 103(20)p. 8 CEIv. 103(20)p. 7 CEIv. 103(19)p. 7 CEIv. 103(19)p. 16 CEIv. 103(19)p. 8 CEIv. 103(17)p. 24 CEIv. 103(17)p. 23 CEIv. 103(14)p. 15 CEIv. 103(14)p. 16 CEIv. 103(10)p. 3 CEIv. 103(9)p. 5 CEIv. 103(10)p. 3 CEIv. 103(7)p. 14 CEIv. 103(7)p. 13 CEIv. 103(3)p. 15 CEIv. 103(3)p. 15 CEIv. 103(3)p. 16

Environment
Social responsibility a threat to society / Mike Nahan / Australian / 15/10/2003 p. 15 Lost in a green daze / Andrew Bolt / Herald Sun / 13/10/2003 p. 21 The sky really is falling after all / Ian Lowe / Courier Mail / 2/10/2003 p. 13 Green 'truth' just a load of hot air / Alan Moran / Courier Mail / 1/10/2003 p. 19 Be sceptical of 'the sceptical environmentalist' / Clive Hamilton / The Age / 18/09/2003 p. 17 Being 'green' something to be proud of / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 23/05/2003 p. 21 Leaders talk up the land but pay a pittance / Peter Garrett / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/05/2003 p. 11 Howard takes a dip in water policy / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 3/05/2003 p. 5 A contrary view / Tim Flannery / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/03/2003 p. 51 The globe not as healthy as Danish statistician tells us / Brendan Gleeson / Canberra Times / 28/03/2003 p. 15 Sustainable state: how the parties stack up / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/03/2003 p. 15 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(18)p. 7 CEIv. 103(18)p. 8 CEIv. 103(17)p. 10 CEIv. 103(17)p. 10 CEIv. 103(17)p. 9 CEIv. 103(9)p. 7 CEIv. 103(8)p. 8 CEIv. 103(8)p. 7 CEIv. 103(6)p. 4 CEIv. 103(6)p. 3 CEIv. 103(5)p. 13

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It's time to take less and give back more / Stephanie Peating and Daniel Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/03/2003 p. 11 Ecology loses out / Scott Hannaford / Canberra Times / 16/03/2003 p. 2 Australians, including young, turn paler shade of green / Orietta Guerrera / The Age / 24/02/2003 p. 4 Wealth growing at environment's expense as we stop caring / Michael Millett / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/02/2003 p. 11 Green groups grow grassroots / Angus Urquhart / Financial Review / 29/01/2003 p. 5 Flaws in the Farley plan / / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/01/2003 p. 10 Editorial A ravaged country is a nation on the way out / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/01/2003 p. 13 All of us must start to tackle the big questions / Rick Farley / The Age / 23/01/2003 p. 13 Single cause of extinction found at home / Mark Henderson / Australian / 14/01/2003 p. 7
CEIv. 103(5)p. 12 CEIv. 103(5)p. 14 CEIv. 103(4)p. 9 CEIv. 103(4)p. 9 CEIv. 103(4)p. 10 CEIv. 103(1)p. 18 CEIv. 103(1)p. 15 CEIv. 103(1)p. 17 CEIv. 103(1)p. 16

Environment - Economic Aspects
Carr rallies for carbon emissions trading scheme / Marcus Priest and Annabel Hepworth / Financial Review / 21/11/2003 p. 15 Scientists firm on Murray's welfare / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 13/11/2003 p. 7 Murray plan just a trickle / Steve Lewis / Australian / 12/11/2003 p. 6 When money flows like the Murray, get the most from every dollar / Peter Cullen / Australian / 10/11/2003 p. 6 A free trade pact will hurt our environment / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 3/11/2003 p. 11 Land clearing deal digs out the red tape / Daniel Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/10/2003 p. 3 $400m for farmers to save trees / Simon Benson / Daily Telegraph / 16/10/2003 p. 3 Social responsibility a threat to society / Mike Nahan / Australian / 15/10/2003 p. 15 Lost in a green daze / Andrew Bolt / Herald Sun / 13/10/2003 p. 21 A chance to save the Murray / Peter Cullen / Financial Review / 1/09/2003 p. 63 Climate warning on economy / John Garnaut / The Age / 1/09/2003 p. 13 Water plan a start but not enough: Garrett / / Canberra Times / 1/09/2003 p. 3 PM cans carbon trading scheme / Michael Bachelard / Australian / 30/08/2003 p. 4 Water deal to rescue rivers / Steve Lewis, Patricia Karvelas and Asa Walquist / Australian / 30/08/2003 p. 1 Water market is the future for farming / / Australian / 29/08/2003 p. 10 Editorial Cash flow will help save the Murray River / / Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 16 Editorial $2.5bn - the price of a bill of clean health for the nation's rivers / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/07/2003 p. 5 Being 'green' something to be proud of / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 23/05/2003 p. 21 Water subsidy a mere trickle / Peter Hunt / Herald Sun / 12/05/2003 p. 20 Grey-water recycling rebate rises to $500 / Richard Baker / The Age / 9/05/2003 p. 3 Aid for rivers, saltfight, parks / Ashley Gardiner / Herald Sun / 7/05/2003 p. 10 Industry backs carbon sinks / Jason Koutsoukis / Financial Review / 15/04/2003 p. 5 Water 'mining' the next step / Annabel Day / Financial Review / 11/04/2003 p. 14 Recycling for cash: incentive for shoppers is in the bag / Simon Kearney / Sunday Telegraph / 30/03/2003 p. 43 Cabinet plan for 2pc ethanol-laced petrol / Nigel Wilson / Australian / 13/03/2003 p. 1 Diesel and dust / Geoff Paradise / Daily Telegraph / 1/03/2003 p. 40 Money running out for solar power rebates / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/02/2003 p. 3 Wealth growing at environment's expense as we stop caring / Michael Millett / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/02/2003 p. 11 Re-using waste water whets business appetite / Ian Howarth / Financial Review / 7/02/2003 p. 22 $40b user-pays plan to lift environment action / Maria Moscaritolo / Hobart Mercury / 6/02/2003 p. 10 $1m river water sold to irrigate vineyards / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 5/02/2003 p. 25 Why the price of water should rise / Tom Connors / Canberra Times / 18/12/2002 p. 17 Double the price / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 6/12/2002 p. 3 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(21)p. 16 CEIv. 103(20)p. 4 CEIv. 103(20)p. 4 CEIv. 103(20)p. 3 CEIv. 103(20)p. 6 CEIv. 103(18)p. 19 CEIv. 103(18)p. 19 CEIv. 103(18)p. 7 CEIv. 103(18)p. 8 CEIv. 103(16)p. 30 CEIv. 103(16)p. 13 CEIv. 103(16)p. 30 CEIv. 103(16)p. 13 CEIv. 103(16)p. 29 CEIv. 103(15)p. 28 CEIv. 103(14)p. 10 CEIv. 103(13)p. 30 CEIv. 103(9)p. 7 CEIv. 103(9)p. 2 CEIv. 103(8)p. 4 CEIv. 103(8)p. 4 CEIv. 103(7)p. 21 CEIv. 103(7)p. 6 CEIv. 103(6)p. 16 CEIv. 103(6)p. 1 CEIv. 103(5)p. 1 CEIv. 103(5)p. 28 CEIv. 103(4)p. 9 CEIv. 103(2)p. 17 CEIv. 103(2)p. 18 CEIv. 103(2)p. 18 CEIv. 103(1)p. 29 CEIv. 103(1)p. 29

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Environment - Legal Aspects
Pricing water to let our rivers flow / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 31/07/2003 p. 1
CEIv. 103(13)p. 29

Environmental Policy
A 'glass half-full' solution / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 15/11/2003 p. 5 Extra water the first step / Greg Kelton / Advertiser / 15/11/2003 p. 21 States go with the flow to save Murray River / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 15/11/2003 p. 15 Greens, Labor unite to force Govt on Kyoto / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 31/10/2003 p. 4 Greenhouse bill proposed / / Daily Telegraph / 30/10/2003 p. 19 At last, Kyoto is as good as dead / Alan Wood / Australian / 28/10/2003 p. 11 Murray's needs exceed federal plans / Shane Wright / The Age / 16/10/2003 p. 3 Putin casts doubt on Kyoto treaty / Nick Paton Walsh / The Age / 1/10/2003 p. 12 Double standards on water trading and greenhouse / Murray Griffin / Canberra Times / 5/09/2003 p. 15 A chance to save the Murray / Peter Cullen / Financial Review / 1/09/2003 p. 63 Water plan a start but not enough: Garrett / / Canberra Times / 1/09/2003 p. 3 Water deal to rescue rivers / Steve Lewis, Patricia Karvelas and Asa Walquist / Australian / 30/08/2003 p. 1 Cities set to share water pain / / Canberra Times / 29/08/2003 p. 1 Farmers second best on water use / Paul Starick / Advertiser / 29/08/2003 p. 5 National titles for our rivers / Gerard McManus and Peter Mickelburough / Herald Sun / 29/08/2003 p. 9 Beware of hot air and incredible Kyoto estimates / Hugh Morgan / Australian / 11/07/2003 p. 75 No Kyoto but Govt to cut emissions / / Canberra Times / 6/06/2003 p. 9 Long march to Kyoto / Ian Lowe / Australian / 4/06/2003 p. 14 Industry backs carbon sinks / Jason Koutsoukis / Financial Review / 15/04/2003 p. 5 Sustainable state: how the parties stack up / / Sydney Morning Herald / 21/03/2003 p. 15 Kyoto back in business, says Greenpeace survey / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 14/03/2003 p. 5 Oil giants lead push for Kyoto / Daniel Clery / West Australian / 14/03/2003 p. 15 Westpac puts weight behind Kyoto protocol / Annabel Hepworth / Financial Review / 18/02/2003 p. 7 States bark up the wrong tree on Kyoto / Alan Moran / Financial Review / 29/01/2003 p. 55
CEIv. 103(21)p. 20 CEIv. 103(21)p. 20 CEIv. 103(21)p. 19 CEIv. 103(19)p. 15 CEIv. 103(19)p. 15 CEIv. 103(19)p. 17 CEIv. 103(18)p. 1 CEIv. 103(17)p. 15 CEIv. 103(16)p. 15 CEIv. 103(16)p. 30 CEIv. 103(16)p. 30 CEIv. 103(16)p. 29 CEIv. 103(15)p. 29 CEIv. 103(15)p. 30 CEIv. 103(15)p. 28 CEIv. 103(12)p. 22 CEIv. 103(10)p. 14 CEIv. 103(10)p. 13 CEIv. 103(7)p. 21 CEIv. 103(5)p. 13 CEIv. 103(5)p. 18 CEIv. 103(5)p. 17 CEIv. 103(3)p. 20 CEIv. 103(2)p. 22

Environmental Protection
Fishermen angry / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/06/2003 p. 5 Praise and criticism for plan / Brendan O'Malley / Advertiser / 3/06/2003 p. 19 Conflict looms over reform of Reef zones / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 2/06/2003 p. 4 Fishermen and shipping shut out / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 2/06/2003 p. 1 Plan to lock up 30% of Barrier Reef / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/06/2003 p. 5 Plan to rescue ravaged reef / Michael Harvey / Herald Sun / 2/06/2003 p. 2 Protection for reef increased / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 2/06/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(10)p. 11 CEIv. 103(10)p. 12 CEIv. 103(10)p. 11 CEIv. 103(10)p. 10 CEIv. 103(10)p. 9 CEIv. 103(10)p. 10 CEIv. 103(10)p. 9

Feral Animals
Alpine cattle row revived / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 26/10/2003 p. 9 Meeting deadly threat / / Hobart Mercury / 26/08/2003 p. 14 Editorial Byron's last goat / Paul Weston / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 24/08/2003 p. 35 Cat control by shooting / Rohan Wade / Sunday Tasmanian / 24/08/2003 p. 3 Deer invading outer suburbs / Peter Morley / Courier Mail / 20/08/2003 p. 5 Foxes? Feral cats are also ecological disaster / Ian Rist / Hobart Mercury / 26/06/2003 p. 27 Letter Total eradication of animal pests? Feral pigs might fly / Mary Bomford / Canberra Times / 26/06/2003 p. 19 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(19)p. 26 CEIv. 103(15)p. 7 CEIv. 103(15)p. 8 CEIv. 103(15)p. 7 CEIv. 103(15)p. 8 CEIv. 103(12)p. 10 CEIv. 103(12)p. 9

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Fishing
Why fishers' angle counts / Tor Hundloe and Daryl McPhee / Courier Mail / 16/10/2003 p. 13 Justification lacking on fish limits / / West Australian / 3/10/2003 p. 18 Editorial Anglers attack fish limits / Yonnene Pearce / West Australian / 2/10/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(18)p. 11 CEIv. 103(18)p. 10 CEIv. 103(18)p. 9

Fishing Industry
Gippsland Lakes bream gasp for fresh water / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 8/11/2003 p. 5 Month-long ban to help save snapper / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 31/10/2003 p. 26 Why fishers' angle counts / Tor Hundloe and Daryl McPhee / Courier Mail / 16/10/2003 p. 13 Lobbying radically alters reef rezoning / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 8/10/2003 p. 5 Justification lacking on fish limits / / West Australian / 3/10/2003 p. 18 Editorial Anglers attack fish limits / Yonnene Pearce / West Australian / 2/10/2003 p. 5 Fishery groups welcome report / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 19/09/2003 p. 8 Loved to death: our fish stocks in crisis / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 18/09/2003 p. 1 Fishermen warn reef ban could prove fatal / Anastasia Hackett / Canberra Times / 12/07/2003 p. 16 Fishermen angry / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/06/2003 p. 5 Praise and criticism for plan / Brendan O'Malley / Advertiser / 3/06/2003 p. 19 Conflict looms over reform of Reef zones / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 2/06/2003 p. 4 Commercial fishers cast out / Steven Wardill / Courier Mail / 15/05/2003 p. 4 Overfishing reduces large species by 90 per cent / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 15/05/2003 p. 2 Fishermen fear a king hit from farmed species / Thea Williams / Australian / 7/03/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(20)p. 9 CEIv. 103(20)p. 10 CEIv. 103(18)p. 11 CEIv. 103(18)p. 12 CEIv. 103(18)p. 10 CEIv. 103(18)p. 9 CEIv. 103(17)p. 12 CEIv. 103(17)p. 11 CEIv. 103(12)p. 20 CEIv. 103(10)p. 11 CEIv. 103(10)p. 12 CEIv. 103(10)p. 11 CEIv. 103(9)p. 9 CEIv. 103(9)p. 10 CEIv. 103(4)p. 2

Food Supply
Australia not immune to fallout / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 22/05/2003 p. 3 Canada rushes to limit mad cow harm / Tom Cohen / Courier Mail / 22/05/2003 p. 18 Mad cow outbreak shocks beef markets / / Canberra Times / 22/05/2003 p. 3 Eating fish killed my unborn babies / Matthew Benns / Sun Herald / 20/04/2003 p. 45
CEIv. 103(9)p. 12 CEIv. 103(9)p. 12 CEIv. 103(9)p. 11 CEIv. 103(7)p. 27

Forests and Forestry
Saving Forests / Andrew Bartlett / Australian / 28/11/2003 p. 12 Letter Selling the Styx down the river / Bob Brown / Australian / 26/11/2003 p. 12 Letter Beekeeper swipe at forestry practices / John Andrewartha / Hobart Mercury / 24/11/2003 p. 4 Green groups rail against use of red gum sleepers / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 16/11/2003 p. 11 Forestry expert looks to industry growth potential / Philip Hopkins / The Age / 10/11/2003 p. 3 Illegal logging costs lives and money / Andrew Burrell / Financial Review / 5/11/2003 p. 13 Forestry practices / Duncan Kerr, Kerin Booth, Jane Austin / Hobart Mercury / 26/09/2003 p. 20 Letters New look at how to end clearfelling / Ellen Whinnett / Hobart Mercury / 24/09/2003 p. 3 Styx Valley's future rests with Parliament / / Hobart Mercury / 19/09/2003 p. 17 Logging the trees tourists want to see / Michael Noble / Hobart Mercury / 17/09/2003 p. 17 Letter Thirsty forests accused / Malcolm Farr / Daily Telegraph / 21/07/2003 p. 10 Fewer logs, 800 less jobs / Steve Butler / West Australian / 15/07/2003 p. 3 Anger over jarrah sleepers / Eloise Dortch and Steve Butler / West Australian / 14/07/2003 p. 5 Public misled on forests / Forest Industries Association / Hobart Mercury / 13/07/2003 p. 8 Advertisment Unsustainable position / Geoff Law / Hobart Mercury / 10/07/2003 p. 14 Agreement on forests requires good will / Barry Chipman / Hobart Mercury / 8/07/2003 p. 15 Alarm over future of Amazon forest / Axel Bugge / Courier Mail / 28/06/2003 p. 22 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(21)p. 8 CEIv. 103(21)p. 8 CEIv. 103(21)p. 8 CEIv. 103(21)p. 7 CEIv. 103(20)p. 12 CEIv. 103(20)p. 11 CEIv. 103(17)p. 14 CEIv. 103(17)p. 14 CEIv. 103(17)p. 13 CEIv. 103(17)p. 13 CEIv. 103(13)p. 12 CEIv. 103(13)p. 11 CEIv. 103(13)p. 11 CEIv. 103(12)p. 13 CEIv. 103(12)p. 12 CEIv. 103(12)p. 11 CEIv. 103(12)p. 14

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Forests: reality-check time / Tony McCall / Hobart Mercury / 19/06/2003 p. 24 Logging red myrtle / Steve Davis, Elizabeth McGregor, Jill McCulloch / Hobart Mercury / 13/06/2003 p. 14 Letters Red myrtle: hot topic / Tim Wardlaw, Ben Schiener, Eddie Storace / Hobart Mercury / 12/06/2003 p. 14 Letters Tarkine: hot topic / Chris Mountford, Neil Cremasco, Geoff Couser, Felicity Harris / Hobart Mercury / 9/06/2003 p. 16 Letters Forestry told of myrtle's fragility / Luke Sayer / Hobart Mercury / 7/06/2003 p. 9 Thirsty trees suck up water / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 3/05/2003 p. 12 Forests going to waste: claim / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 29/04/2003 p. 12 Greens reject the miller's tale / Daniel Lewis and Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/04/2003 p. 16 Timber harvesting: hot topic / Mark Temby, Paul Dimmick, Bruce Poulson and Catherine Temby / Hobart Mercury / 4/03/2003 p. 16 Letters Timber: industry hits back / Terry Edwards / Hobart Mercury / 22/02/2003 p. 22 War on the environment nears crisis / David Horton / Canberra Times / 17/02/2003 p. 13 Forest practices / Geoff Couser, Tim Wardlaw, Peter Adams, Anna Pafitis, Christopher Purcell, Audrey Cusick and Mike Anderson / Hobart Mercury / 12/02/2003 p. 16 Letters Forest Pact / Michelle Paine / Hobart Mercury / 10/02/2003 p. 1 Looking for truths in the burning bush / / The Age / 31/01/2003 p. 12 Editorial Canberra's firestorm reignites forest debate / / Courier Mail / 25/01/2003 p. 24 Editorial Raking over the embers / Kate Carnell and John Connor / Financial Review / 24/01/2003 p. 56
CEIv. 103(11)p. 10 CEIv. 103(11)p. 9 CEIv. 103(11)p. 8 CEIv. 103(11)p. 8 CEIv. 103(11)p. 7 CEIv. 103(8)p. 9 CEIv. 103(8)p. 10 CEIv. 103(7)p. 15 CEIv. 103(4)p. 12 CEIv. 103(4)p. 11 CEIv. 103(3)p. 3 CEIv. 103(3)p. 18 CEIv. 103(3)p. 17 CEIv. 103(2)p. 6 CEIv. 103(2)p. 5 CEIv. 103(1)p. 5

Foxes
Fox flak on 1080 / Rohan Wade / Sunday Tasmanian / 16/11/2003 p. 14 Burnie road-kill renews debate on foxes in Tasmania / Andrew Darby / The Age / 17/10/2003 p. 3 Fresh fox found on minister's doorstep / Luke Sayer / Hobart Mercury / 17/10/2003 p. 1 Sceptic Murphy still thinks it's a furphy / Luke Sayer / Hobart Mercury / 17/10/2003 p. 2 It's over for the bounty hunters / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 5/09/2003 p. 3 1080 push in war on foxes / Danny Rose / Hobart Mercury / 14/06/2003 p. 1
CEIv. 103(21)p. 24 CEIv. 103(18)p. 17 CEIv. 103(19)p. 21 CEIv. 103(19)p. 22 CEIv. 103(16)p. 19 CEIv. 103(11)p. 15

Frogs
Ever-spreading cane toads getting the jump on native frogs / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2003 p. 13 Fires threaten to kill off rare wetland frogs / John Ellicott / Australian / 15/01/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(11)p. 14 CEIv. 103(1)p. 8

Genetic Engineering
Genetic blitz to wipe out mozzies / James Chapman / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 23/03/2003 p. 46
CEIv. 103(6)p. 10

Genetically Engineered Food
Animal capers target GE label loophole / Kane Young / Hobart Mercury / 19/11/2003 p. 3 Alarm bells over GM canola 'cowboys' / Jim Hanna / Canberra Times / 15/11/2003 p. 132 Call for more safeguards as GM canola crop found in wheat / Stephanie Peatlinh / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/11/2003 p. 7 GM crop breach investigated / / Daily Telegraph / 7/11/2003 p. 5 Doubts on 'safe' verdict for GM food / Renuka Rayasam / The Age / 6/11/2003 p. 13 GM crop sowing time nears / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 6/11/2003 p. 14 GM: food for thought / Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 25/10/2003 p. Insight 6 GM crop ban would cost Australia, NZ billions: report / / Canberra Times / 22/10/2003 p. 3 GM crop findings spark UK furore / Stephen Cauchi and Stathl Paxinos / The Age / 20/10/2003 p. 7 GM argument: against it / Michael Meacher / Canberra Times / 18/10/2003 p. B7 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(21)p. 10 CEIv. 103(21)p. 9 CEIv. 103(20)p. 14 CEIv. 103(20)p. 13 CEIv. 103(20)p. 14 CEIv. 103(20)p. 13 CEIv. 103(19)p. 11 CEIv. 103(19)p. 9 CEIv. 103(19)p. 9 CEIv. 103(19)p. 10

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GM argument; all for it / Paul Rylott / Canberra Times / 18/10/2003 p. B7 Two of three GM crops harmful, UK trial finds / Paul Brown / The Age / 4/10/2003 p. 17 Regulator to back new GM canola crop / / West Australian / 3/10/2003 p. 12 Popularity of GM crops is growing / Terry Bunn / Canberra Times / 11/08/2003 p. 11 The truth about GM crops is a long way removed from the hype / Michael Meacher / Canberra Times / 7/08/2003 p. 17 GM crops / M. Piercy, Cecile Storrie / Australian / 30/07/2003 p. 10 Letters Nothing to lose by using GM crops, ABARE says / Cathy Bolt / Financial Review / 29/07/2003 p. 4 Can't keep facts out of GM story / Michael Baume / Financial Review / 28/07/2003 p. 59 GM crops pose no danger to health / / Australian / 28/07/2003 p. 8 Editorial GM crops will not help feed the world / Gyorgy Scrinis / The Age / 28/07/2003 p. 12 Crops of the future / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 26/07/2003 p. 18 First GM food crop gets all-clear / Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 26/07/2003 p. 11 It's safe to license GM / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 26/07/2003 p. 7 Panel gives GM crops clean bill of health / / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/07/2003 p. 8 Aust's GM crop stand puzzling, says scientist / Simon Grose / Canberra Times / 17/07/2003 p. 5 Why we shouldn't fear GM / Tom Connors / Canberra Times / 17/07/2003 p. 17 Growing divide on GM food / Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 10/07/2003 p. 9 What are GM crops? And Australia's role in the revolution / / The Age / 10/07/2003 p. 9 Bush steps up GM food fight / / West Australian / 25/06/2003 p. 36 Farmers cry bias in crop claims / / West Australian / 17/06/2003 p. 5 Barns and GE debate / Jane Austin, Ben Lohberger / Hobart Mercury / 5/06/2003 p. 21 Letters Throwing seeds and caution to the wind / Stephanie Pealting / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/06/2003 p. 13 GM crops won't solve world hunger: report / Paul Waugh / Canberra Times / 29/05/2003 p. 12 Seeing the GM light / Greg Barnes / Hobart Mercury / 26/05/2003 p. 13 GM has no place on my farm / Rankin McKay / Herald Sun / 16/05/2003 p. 18 GM legislation will sanction field trials / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 16/05/2003 p. 4 GM crops grounded for a year / Danny Buttler / Herald Sun / 9/05/2003 p. 25 New rules for GM crops / Clan Manton / West Australian / 9/05/2003 p. 30 GM crop spreads seeds of discontent / Alison Rehn / Courier Mail / 26/04/2003 p. 12 Nation needs more time before giving up on GE-canola / Bob Phelps / Canberra Times / 8/04/2003 p. 10 Viable production not possible without GM / Aaron Edmonds / Canberra Times / 8/04/2003 p. 10 GM crops will hugely change our farming / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 7/04/2003 p. 11 GM crop fears unfounded: scientist / Georgia Curry / Canberra Times / 5/04/2003 p. 8 The scientific debate: latest on the cases for and against / Geoff Strong / The Age / 5/04/2003 p. 4 GM crop sowing gains support / / Herald Sun / 4/04/2003 p. 31 Vic canola fields set to fire up GM crop debate / Cathy Bolt / Financial Review / 4/04/2003 p. 17 New crop of luddites are doing us harm / Mike Nahan / Financial Review / 3/04/2003 p. 71 All-clear given for GM canola seeds / Stephanie Peating / The Age / 2/04/2003 p. 10 New poison for pests: they love it / Tim Utton / Daily Telegraph / 2/04/2003 p. 36 Farmers not convinced about GM crops / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 29/03/2003 p. 38 Harvesting acrimony / Leigh Dayton / Australian / 11/03/2003 p. 9 Farm blow to GM crops / Peter Trott / West Australian / 7/03/2003 p. 37 GMO ban is for our own good / / Hobart Mercury / 1/03/2003 p. 26 Editorial GM food ban 'token gesture' / Peter Trott / West Australian / 26/02/2003 p. 38 Hysteria over GM crops 'will hurt Aust' / / Canberra Times / 26/02/2003 p. 11
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Great Barrier Reef
Algal blooms on Barrier Reef stir concern / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 25/11/2003 p. 6 One-third of reef to gain protection / Phil Dickie / The Age / 16/11/2003 p. 11 US economists value Reef at $57b / Steven Wardill / Courier Mail / 23/10/2003 p. 10 Barriers to save Reef / Bruce Kingston / Courier Mail / 21/10/2003 p. 13 Scientist tips coral to spread / Phillip Hammond / Courier Mail / 18/10/2003 p. 3 Lobbying radically alters reef rezoning / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 8/10/2003 p. 5 Fishermen warn reef ban could prove fatal / Anastasia Hackett / Canberra Times / 12/07/2003 p. 16 Reef dugongs almost wiped out in 40 years / Nathan Scholz / Courier Mail / 5/07/2003 p. 7 Fishermen angry / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/06/2003 p. 5 Praise and criticism for plan / Brendan O'Malley / Advertiser / 3/06/2003 p. 19 Conflict looms over reform of Reef zones / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 2/06/2003 p. 4 Fishermen and shipping shut out / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 2/06/2003 p. 1 Plan to lock up 30% of Barrier Reef / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/06/2003 p. 5 Plan to rescue ravaged reef / Michael Harvey / Herald Sun / 2/06/2003 p. 2 Protection for reef increased / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 2/06/2003 p. 3 Farmers urged to help save Reef / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 23/05/2003 p. 6 Fadeout on the reef / Sally Ingleton / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/05/2003 p. 11 Reef study urges end to deadly land wash / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 27/02/2003 p. 5 Reef's white lie / Andrew Bolt / Herald Sun / 27/02/2003 p. 19 Welcome to rancour reef / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 25/02/2003 p. 9 Passing ships heap grief on the reef / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 29/01/2003 p. 11 Report confirms run-off wrecks Reef / Matthew Franklin and Natalie Gregg / Courier Mail / 29/01/2003 p. 12
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Greenhouse Effect
Greenhouse gas stable / Caitlin Fitzsimmons / Australian / 26/11/2003 p. 7 Heated debate won't change the facts / Kevin Hennessy / Financial Review / 26/11/2003 p. 63 Levelling of greenhouse gas excites researchers / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 26/11/2003 p. 7 Urchin proves deadly visitor / Michelle Paine / Hobart Mercury / 22/11/2003 p. 3 Carr rallies for carbon emissions trading scheme / Marcus Priest and Annabel Hepworth / Financial Review / 21/11/2003 p. 15 Global warming may turn out to be just hot air / Bob Carter / Financial Review / 3/11/2003 p. 71 A bleak outlook for our climate / Ian Haberfield / Herald Sun / 2/11/2003 p. 21 Greens, Labor unite to force Govt on Kyoto / David McLennan / Canberra Times / 31/10/2003 p. 4 Greenhouse bill proposed / / Daily Telegraph / 30/10/2003 p. 19 At last, Kyoto is as good as dead / Alan Wood / Australian / 28/10/2003 p. 11 Climate spins whole new web of life / Greg Roberts / Australian / 25/10/2003 p. 2 Asia cottons on to Kyoto / Mark Clifford / Financial Review / 24/10/2003 p. 27 The coalition of the global polluters / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 23/10/2003 p. 13 Put greenhouse gas back down under / Peter Cook / Canberra Times / 19/10/2003 p. 19 Meltdown: continents shrink as warming debate hots up / / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/10/2003 p. 15 Forecast 2070 / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 15/10/2003 p. 9 Putin casts doubt on Kyoto treaty / Nick Paton Walsh / The Age / 1/10/2003 p. 12 World needs to adapt to reality or warming: expert / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 1/10/2003 p. 6 Power plant draws fire over emissions / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/09/2003 p. 5 Poor science behind global warming hype / Bob Carter / Financial Review / 27/09/2003 p. 70 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Plan to bury CO2 emissions / Stephen Wisenthal / Financial Review / 26/09/2003 p. 20 Rare greenhouse swap hailed, but Greens see stunt / Natasha Wallace / Sydney Morning Herald / 26/09/2003 p. 4 Giant ice shelf breaks up / Guy Gugliotta, Usha Lee McFarling / The Age / 24/09/2003 p. 10 Greenhouse gases decrease / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/09/2003 p. 3 Double standards on water trading and greenhouse / Murray Griffin / Canberra Times / 5/09/2003 p. 15 Vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro / Lewis Smith / Australian / 5/09/2003 p. 0 Nature's in hot pursuit of wildlife / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 2/09/2003 p. 9 Climate warning on economy / John Garnaut / The Age / 1/09/2003 p. 13 PM cans carbon trading scheme / Michael Bachelard / Australian / 30/08/2003 p. 4 Warming up for a fiery challenge / Graeme O'Neill / Herald Sun / 24/08/2003 p. 43 An even more sunburnt country - thanks to global warming / Bob Carr / Sydney Morning Herald / 22/08/2003 p. 11 Climate is a challenge for every government / Fiona Wain / Financial Review / 22/08/2003 p. 71 Power houses worse than 40 million cars / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 22/08/2003 p. 3 Victorian electricity generator named worst offender / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 22/08/2003 p. 7 Flipping out over global warming / Gwynne Dyer / Canberra Times / 19/08/2003 p. 11 Power lobby plays at environmental politics / Alan Oxley / Australian / 30/07/2003 p. 11 Warming tropics doom fauna / / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/07/2003 p. 5 Global warming tipped to kill / / Canberra Times / 23/07/2003 p. 3 Beware of hot air and incredible Kyoto estimates / Hugh Morgan / Australian / 11/07/2003 p. 75 Bad news indeed on greenhouse gases / Simon Grose / Canberra Times / 2/07/2003 p. 15 Global warming 'catastrophe' / / Canberra Times / 20/06/2003 p. 1 We grow or go green / John Hannagan / Herald Sun / 18/06/2003 p. 19 No Kyoto but Govt to cut emissions / / Canberra Times / 6/06/2003 p. 9 Creating a climate for change / Ron Clarke and Peter Mullins / Herald Sun / 5/06/2003 p. 19 Long march to Kyoto / Ian Lowe / Australian / 4/06/2003 p. 14 Some like it hot / Claire Miller / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/05/2003 p. 12 Industry backs carbon sinks / Jason Koutsoukis / Financial Review / 15/04/2003 p. 5 Research casts doubt on global warming theory / Robert Matthews / The Age / 7/04/2003 p. 11 Kyoto back in business, says Greenpeace survey / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 14/03/2003 p. 5 Oil giants lead push for Kyoto / Daniel Clery / West Australian / 14/03/2003 p. 15 Storage plan for emissions / Daniel Clery / West Australian / 11/03/2003 p. 13 Fresh alarm on greenhouse gases / AFP with Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 18/02/2003 p. 5 Westpac puts weight behind Kyoto protocol / Annabel Hepworth / Financial Review / 18/02/2003 p. 7 The big dry, bushfires reignite heated debate on global warming / Julie Macken / Financial Review / 17/02/2003 p. 68 Earth solution / Julie Deardorff / Canberra Times / 7/02/2003 p. 19 States bark up the wrong tree on Kyoto / Alan Moran / Financial Review / 29/01/2003 p. 55
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Horses
Alpine cattle row revived / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 26/10/2003 p. 9
CEIv. 103(19)p. 26

Industrial Wastes
Waste shortage plan threatens farmers / Richard Baker, Larissa Dubecki / The Age / 13/11/2003 p. 4 Three listed for toxic dump site / David Wilson / Herald Sun / 9/11/2003 p. 14 Waste holds heavy metals / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 26/03/2003 p. 10
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Introduced Species
Burnie road-kill renews debate on foxes in Tasmania / Andrew Darby / The Age / 17/10/2003 p. 3 Fresh fox found on minister's doorstep / Luke Sayer / Hobart Mercury / 17/10/2003 p. 1 Sceptic Murphy still thinks it's a furphy / Luke Sayer / Hobart Mercury / 17/10/2003 p. 2 Green thumbs down on imports / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 14/10/2003 p. 4 It's a jungle out there / Nicolas Rothwell / Australian / 14/10/2003 p. 9 Why acridotheres tristis / Simon Benson / Daily Telegraph / 12/09/2003 p. 21 Backyard monster! / Jessica Lawrence / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 7/09/2003 p. 21 It's over for the bounty hunters / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 5/09/2003 p. 3 Trees must blend with urban scapes / Chris Daniels, David Mitchell, Ruth O'Neill / Advertiser / 24/07/2003 p. 17 Letters Don't plant foreign weeds in North Tce / Melissa King / Advertiser / 23/07/2003 p. 11 Make it our cultural heart among the gum trees / Tin Flannery / Advertiser / 23/07/2003 p. 11 1080 push in war on foxes / Danny Rose / Hobart Mercury / 14/06/2003 p. 1 Stop destroying our heritage of exotic trees / Joerg Andersch / Hobart Mercury / 12/06/2003 p. 15 Croak and dagger: species decline as Top End turns into cane toad heaven / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2003 p. 3 Ever-spreading cane toads getting the jump on native frogs / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2003 p. 13 Genetic blitz to wipe out mozzies / James Chapman / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 23/03/2003 p. 46 Plague rabbits controlled with triple onslaught / Michael Madigan / Courier Mail / 28/02/2003 p. 9 Another cat control review / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 21/02/2003 p. 9 Save city's European gardens, councillors urged / Royce Millar, Angela O'Connor / The Age / 5/02/2003 p. 5 The natives are not going to get it all their own way in the battle of the trees / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 5/02/2003 p. 5 Going native: bid to make gardens more Australian / Royce Millar / The Age / 4/02/2003 p. 3 The fight of the bumblebee / Stephen Cauchi / The Age / 18/01/2003 p. 3 Push for bumblebees may take flight / Andrew Darby / The Age / 13/01/2003 p. 3
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Kangaroos
Cull to be kind? / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 8/05/2003 p. 11 Calls to cut back on culling of kangaroos / / Canberra Times / 8/03/2003 p. 15
CEIv. 103(8)p. 29 CEIv. 103(5)p. 30

Koala Bears
Koalas dying in thousands / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 28/01/2003 p. 1
CEIv. 103(2)p. 26

Land Use
QLD ups land-clearing ante / Stephen Wisenthal / Financial Review / 28/11/2003 p. 15 Scientists tell governments to stop land-clearing / Rosslny Beeby / Canberra Times / 26/11/2003 p. 5 Illegal land clearing strips vast swatches of state / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/11/2003 p. 5 Farming blind: urgent call for climate studies / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 17/09/2003 p. 6 Birds losing fight for survival as farming marches on / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 25/08/2003 p. 4
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Lead Poisoning
Child lead-poisoning warning for Sydney / Michael Bradley / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/04/2003 p. 3
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Lions
Jungle's king under threat / / West Australian / 19/09/2003 p. 31
CEIv. 103(17)p. 7

Mad Cow Disease
Australia not immune to fallout / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 22/05/2003 p. 3 Canada rushes to limit mad cow harm / Tom Cohen / Courier Mail / 22/05/2003 p. 18 Mad cow outbreak shocks beef markets / / Canberra Times / 22/05/2003 p. 3
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Motor Cars - Environmental Aspects
On the road again...and again and again / / The Age / 28/10/2003 p. 10 Editorial A snapshot of driving on Melbourne's main roads / / The Age / 27/10/2003 p. 1 Solo drivers fail to heed the pollution message / Darren Gray / The Age / 27/10/2003 p. 1 Clean, green, sleek cars on track, if all sides work together / Peter Brewer / Canberra Times / 19/10/2003 p. 4 Car alarm: why we can't breathe freely / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/06/2003 p. 17 Car woes highlighted / Danny Rose / Hobart Mercury / 25/03/2003 p. 20 Tests warn tunnel air a health risk / Rod Smith / Sunday Telegraph / 16/03/2003 p. 50
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Murray River
A 'glass half-full' solution / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 15/11/2003 p. 5 Extra water the first step / Greg Kelton / Advertiser / 15/11/2003 p. 21 States go with the flow to save Murray River / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 15/11/2003 p. 15 Murray of the overflow / John Cox / Financial Review / 13/11/2003 p. 78 Scientists firm on Murray's welfare / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 13/11/2003 p. 7 Murray plan just a trickle / Steve Lewis / Australian / 12/11/2003 p. 6 When money flows like the Murray, get the most from every dollar / Peter Cullen / Australian / 10/11/2003 p. 6 Let's clear muddy waters / John Quiggin / Financial Review / 23/10/2003 p. 62 Ministers split over Murray / Terry Plane / Australian / 21/10/2003 p. 4 How much water for a healthy river? / / The Age / 20/10/2003 p. 10 Editorial Murray's needs exceed federal plans / Shane Wright / The Age / 16/10/2003 p. 3 Wetlands must be sacrificed / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 10/10/2003 p. 10 A chance to save the Murray / Peter Cullen / Financial Review / 1/09/2003 p. 63 Cities set to share water pain / / Canberra Times / 29/08/2003 p. 1 Farmers second best on water use / Paul Starick / Advertiser / 29/08/2003 p. 5 National titles for our rivers / Gerard McManus and Peter Mickelburough / Herald Sun / 29/08/2003 p. 9 The Murray's lifeblood is running low / Peter Garrett / Canberra Times / 29/08/2003 p. 15 The growing threat to birds and trees and fish / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 23/08/2003 p. 88 SA's watershed / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 9/08/2003 p. 29 Murray plans floated / / Herald Sun / 6/08/2003 p. 30 Water net mustn't drown farmers / Glenn Milne, Chris Baker, Ken Mansell, Philip Lawrence, Nat B Wheatley / Australian / 4/08/2003 p. 8 Letters Cash flow will help save the Murray River / / Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 16 Editorial Life's draining out of Murray / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 2/08/2003 p. B1 Murray salinity tipped to rise / Richard Sproull / Australian / 17/07/2003 p. 4 Salt-free grapes for Southcorp / Simon Evans / Financial Review / 27/06/2003 p. Water war swamping farmers / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 21/06/2003 p. 10 Irrigators' Murray water slashed by 35pc / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 14/06/2003 p. 1 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Legal protection for valuable rights / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 14/06/2003 p. B4 Salt and drought spell death sentence for Murray redgums / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 6/06/2003 p. 8 The bare fact: iconic gums plainly hurting / Terry Plane / Australian / 3/06/2003 p. 4 Drought a killer punch for the river red gums / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 2/06/2003 p. 7 Threat to states on water use / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 22/05/2003 p. 6 Water cut to cost growers millions / Leanne Craig and Melissa King / Advertiser / 22/05/2003 p. 4 Ignoring an environment in crisis / Peter Garrett / Advertiser / 20/05/2003 p. 18 Frankly, we do give a damn / / Advertiser / 17/05/2003 p. 26 Editorial Praise flows for river plan but so do funding doubts / Terry Plane, Asa Wahlquist and Michael McCuire / Australian / 17/05/2003 p. 10 Pledge to save Murray waters / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 16/05/2003 p. 6 State acts to secure future of main inland river system / Terry Plane / Australian / 25/03/2003 p. 12 Toughest laws to save the river / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 25/03/2003 p. 17 Murray buybacks not enough, says Kerin / Chris Milne / Financial Review / 7/03/2003 p. 17 Give the dying river life, pleads Premier / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 20/02/2003 p. 24 Murray' disaster' if funding fails to slow / Terry Plane and Amanda Hodge / Australian / 12/02/2003 p. 5 $1m river water sold to irrigate vineyards / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 5/02/2003 p. 25 Dire forecasts for Murray now reality / / Canberra Times / 22/01/2003 p. 19 Dying of thirst / / Advertiser / 22/01/2003 p. 4 Shocking taste of future is here / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 22/01/2003 p. 1 Let the river run free - or at a cost of $675m / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/01/2003 p. 1 Rescue plan for Murray 'not enough' / Stephanie Peating / The Age / 9/01/2003 p.
CEIv. 103(11)p. 28 CEIv. 103(10)p. 20 CEIv. 103(10)p. 19 CEIv. 103(10)p. 19 CEIv. 103(9)p. 1 CEIv. 103(9)p. 1 CEIv. 103(9)p. 19 CEIv. 103(9)p. 19 CEIv. 103(9)p. 20 CEIv. 103(9)p. 20 CEIv. 103(6)p. 22 CEIv. 103(6)p. 22 CEIv. 103(4)p. 4 CEIv. 103(3)p. 21 CEIv. 103(3)p. 6 CEIv. 103(2)p. 18 CEIv. 103(1)p. 12 CEIv. 103(1)p. 12 CEIv. 103(1)p. 11 CEIv. 103(1)p. 9 CEIv. 103(1)p. 10

National Parks and Reserves
CALM plan blatant tokenism: lobbyist / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 12/09/2003 p. 9 Hollow promise in parks / / West Australian / 12/09/2003 p. 14 Editorial Native rights for WA Parks / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 11/09/2003 p. 1 Alpine blazes pose threat to fragile wildlife / Amanda Hodge, Brendan O'Keefe and James Madden / Australian / 21/01/2003 p. 6
CEIv. 103(17)p. 22 CEIv. 103(17)p. 22 CEIv. 103(17)p. 21 CEIv. 103(1)p. 7

Nature Conservation
QLD ups land-clearing ante / Stephen Wisenthal / Financial Review / 28/11/2003 p. 15 Scientists tell governments to stop land-clearing / Rosslny Beeby / Canberra Times / 26/11/2003 p. 5 Illegal land clearing strips vast swatches of state / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/11/2003 p. 5 One-third of reef to gain protection / Phil Dickie / The Age / 16/11/2003 p. 11 A 'glass half-full' solution / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 15/11/2003 p. 5 Extra water the first step / Greg Kelton / Advertiser / 15/11/2003 p. 21 States go with the flow to save Murray River / Alison Rehn / Daily Telegraph / 15/11/2003 p. 15 Alpine cattle row revived / Kirsty Simpson / The Age / 26/10/2003 p. 9 Science bodies in landscape repair program / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 22/10/2003 p. 2 Land clearing deal digs out the red tape / Daniel Lewis / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/10/2003 p. 3 $400m for farmers to save trees / Simon Benson / Daily Telegraph / 16/10/2003 p. 3 Double standard: 'slap on wrist' for developers over clearing / David English / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 12/10/2003 p. 32 Rescue plan for green 'hotspots' / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 4/10/2003 p. 8 Control burning under fire / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 1/10/2003 p. 1 CALM plan blatant tokenism: lobbyist / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 12/09/2003 p. 9 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(21)p. 18 CEIv. 103(21)p. 17 CEIv. 103(21)p. 18 CEIv. 103(21)p. 11 CEIv. 103(21)p. 20 CEIv. 103(21)p. 20 CEIv. 103(21)p. 19 CEIv. 103(19)p. 26 CEIv. 103(19)p. 25 CEIv. 103(18)p. 19 CEIv. 103(18)p. 19 CEIv. 103(18)p. 20 CEIv. 103(18)p. 21 CEIv. 103(18)p. 22 CEIv. 103(17)p. 22

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Hollow promise in parks / / West Australian / 12/09/2003 p. 14 Editorial Native rights for WA Parks / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 11/09/2003 p. 1 Green lobby appalled at Gorgon yes / Carmelo Amalfi / West Australian / 9/09/2003 p. 4 State go-ahead for $11b gas project / Steve Pennells / West Australian / 9/09/2003 p. 1 Feral pests invade catchment areas - on wheels / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/08/2003 p. 3 Birds losing fight for survival as farming marches on / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 25/08/2003 p. 4 The growing threat to birds and trees and fish / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 23/08/2003 p. 88 Blazing a trail back to the future / Peter Attiwill / Advertiser / 6/08/2003 p. 18 Murray plans floated / / Herald Sun / 6/08/2003 p. 30 Myths cloud burning issue / Peter Robertson / West Australian / 5/08/2003 p. 23 Frenzy of clearing / / Courier Mail / 1/08/2003 p. 7 Give farmers a fair go, let them run their farms sustainably / Brendan Kersch / Canberra Times / 31/07/2003 p. Green groups, farmers closer on tree laws / Steven Wardill / Courier Mail / 26/07/2003 p. 18 Just a drop in the ocean / Andrew Darby / The Age / 19/07/2003 p. Insight 4 'Unique' wetland saved / Andrew McCarry / Australian / 12/07/2003 p. 9 Tide of opinion brings reef relief / Steve Pennells and Clan Manton / West Australian / 5/07/2003 p. 5 Bungle Bungles win World Heritage listing / Claire Miller / The Age / 4/07/2003 p. 1 Antarctica in peril / Giles Tremlett and Orietta Guerrera / The Age / 19/06/2003 p. 10 Questions of balance in the Blue Mountains / Lisa Miller / Daily Telegraph / 14/06/2003 p. 9 AACo gets tree message / / Hobart Mercury / 11/06/2003 p. 32 Land-clearing deal fails to reach root of concerns / David Nason and Duncan Macfarlane / Australian / 11/06/2003 p. 6 Salt and drought spell death sentence for Murray redgums / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 6/06/2003 p. 8 The bare fact: iconic gums plainly hurting / Terry Plane / Australian / 3/06/2003 p. 4 Drought a killer punch for the river red gums / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 2/06/2003 p. 7 A harvest of worries for land clearers / Tony Rutherford / West Australian / 28/05/2003 p. 20 Conference lays out the clear facts / Kane Young / Hobart Mercury / 26/05/2003 p. 12 Land-clearing deal shows way forward / / Australian / 26/05/2003 p. 8 Editorial Angry landholders deny they are to blame / Amanda Gearing / Courier Mail / 24/05/2003 p. 12 Only new regrowth requests accepted / Sean Parnell and Rosemary Odgers / Courier Mail / 24/05/2003 p. 12 Farmers face end to land clearing / Sean Parnell / Courier Mail / 23/05/2003 p. 1 Ignoring an environment in crisis / Peter Garrett / Advertiser / 20/05/2003 p. 18 Frankly, we do give a damn / / Advertiser / 17/05/2003 p. 26 Editorial Praise flows for river plan but so do funding doubts / Terry Plane, Asa Wahlquist and Michael McCuire / Australian / 17/05/2003 p. 10 State ban on land clearing / Sean Parnell / Courier Mail / 17/05/2003 p. 5 Pledge to save Murray waters / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 16/05/2003 p. 6 Our water crisis / Claire Miller / The Age / 26/04/2003 p. 5 Less-raucous voices have the right to be heard / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 25/04/2003 p. 18 New wave of disappointment / Paul Gamblin / West Australian / 25/04/2003 p. 18 Audit sounds warning for native species / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 23/04/2003 p. 3 Losing battle to save our habitat / Maria Moscaritolo / Advertiser / 23/04/2003 p. 6 Natural heritage risks extinction / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 23/04/2003 p. 8 A stark choice / Tony Barrass / West Australian / 14/04/2003 p. 6 World push for heritage changes fail / Andrew Darby / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/03/2003 p. 34 Dozers raze bush despite new laws / Brendan O'Malley and Rosemary Odgers / Courier Mail / 28/03/2003 p. 14 Wide-scale fuel reduction impractical / Val Plumwood / Canberra Times / 13/03/2003 p. 15 We blame forests for fires, and refuse to change / Val Plumwood / Canberra Times / 12/03/2003 p. 17 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(17)p. 22 CEIv. 103(17)p. 21 CEIv. 103(17)p. 24 CEIv. 103(17)p. 23 CEIv. 103(15)p. 12 CEIv. 103(15)p. 11 CEIv. 103(15)p. 13 CEIv. 103(14)p. 19 CEIv. 103(14)p. 6 CEIv. 103(14)p. 20 CEIv. 103(13)p. 25 CEIv. 103(13)p. 26 CEIv. 103(13)p. 25 CEIv. 103(13)p. 23 CEIv. 103(12)p. 24 CEIv. 103(12)p. 23 CEIv. 103(12)p. 24 CEIv. 103(11)p. 20 CEIv. 103(11)p. 19 CEIv. 103(11)p. 18 CEIv. 103(11)p. 17 CEIv. 103(10)p. 20 CEIv. 103(10)p. 19 CEIv. 103(10)p. 19 CEIv. 103(10)p. 18 CEIv. 103(10)p. 17 CEIv. 103(10)p. 15 CEIv. 103(10)p. 16 CEIv. 103(10)p. 15 CEIv. 103(9)p. 18 CEIv. 103(9)p. 19 CEIv. 103(9)p. 19 CEIv. 103(9)p. 20 CEIv. 103(9)p. 17 CEIv. 103(9)p. 20 CEIv. 103(8)p. 15 CEIv. 103(8)p. 18 CEIv. 103(8)p. 17 CEIv. 103(7)p. 23 CEIv. 103(7)p. 23 CEIv. 103(7)p. 24 CEIv. 103(8)p. 16 CEIv. 103(6)p. 12 CEIv. 103(6)p. 11 CEIv. 103(5)p. 20 CEIv. 103(5)p. 19

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d-day for the dunes / Phil Dickie and Susan Brown / Courier Mail / 28/02/2003 p. 17 The beach that's being moved 1.5km south / Rhiannon Hoyle / Advertiser / 26/02/2003 p. 3 Give the dying river life, pleads Premier / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 20/02/2003 p. 24 Axe falls on land clearing / Simon Benson / Daily Telegraph / 12/02/2003 p. 7 Green land buy-back plan / Chris Jones / Courier Mail / 10/02/2003 p. 1 A nation hostage to the gun / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/01/2003 p. 13 Report confirms run-off wrecks Reef / Matthew Franklin and Natalie Gregg / Courier Mail / 29/01/2003 p. 12 Koalas dying in thousands / Brendan O'Malley / Courier Mail / 28/01/2003 p. 1 Queensland's record in tree clearing / / Courier Mail / 28/01/2003 p. 12 Editorial Land clearing fells millions of creatures / / Courier Mail / 27/01/2003 p. 7 Burning issue: Fire as a tool / Kent Martin / Sunday Mail (SA) / 26/01/2003 p. 44 Burning Issue: Not the answer / Simon Divecha / Sunday Mail (SA) / 26/01/2003 p. 44 Queensland trees cleared at one of the fastest rates / / Courier Mail / 25/01/2003 p. 18 A ravaged country is a nation on the way out / Paul Sheehan / Sydney Morning Herald / 23/01/2003 p. 13 Beattie seeks help on land clearing / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 23/01/2003 p. 2 Can't see the trees for law / Jim Hoggett / Courier Mail / 18/01/2003 p. 33
CEIv. 103(4)p. 20 CEIv. 103(4)p. 19 CEIv. 103(3)p. 21 CEIv. 103(3)p. 22 CEIv. 103(3)p. 22 CEIv. 103(2)p. 8 CEIv. 103(2)p. 20 CEIv. 103(2)p. 26 CEIv. 103(2)p. 26 CEIv. 103(2)p. 25 CEIv. 103(2)p. 7 CEIv. 103(2)p. 7 CEIv. 103(2)p. 25 CEIv. 103(1)p. 15 CEIv. 103(1)p. 22 CEIv. 103(1)p. 21

Noise Pollution
Aircraft noise: warning of massive boom / Joseph Kerr and Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 20/11/2003 p. 1 Noise affected areas / / Daily Telegraph / 20/11/2003 p. 3 Diagram Airport pledges reduced jet noise / Peter Morley / Courier Mail / 12/09/2003 p. 1 Winds shift the noise / Peter Morley / Courier Mail / 12/09/2003 p. 10 Tasmanians are fed up with noise pollution / Alan Churchill / Hobart Mercury / 20/03/2003 p. 17 Letter Limiting noise pollution / / Hobart Mercury / 12/03/2003 p. 14 Editorial Residents make their own noise / Royce Millar / The Age / 22/02/2003 p. 7 Turn it up, down or off? / / The Age / 1/02/2003 p. 6 Editorial Clubs vs residents: city's decibel debate / Royce Millar / The Age / 30/01/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(21)p. 21 CEIv. 103(21)p. 22 CEIv. 103(16)p. 21 CEIv. 103(16)p. 22 CEIv. 103(5)p. 22 CEIv. 103(5)p. 22 CEIv. 103(5)p. 21 CEIv. 103(4)p. 28 CEIv. 103(4)p. 28

Nuclear Energy - Environmental Aspects
A cheap and effective solution to an energy and water-hungry future / Leslie Kemeny / Canberra Times / 4/11/2003 p. 13 A-bomb link to Tassie cancer / Simon Bevilacqua / Sunday Tasmanian / 5/10/2003 p. 12 Government vow to fight N-dump 'blackmail' / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 4/06/2003 p. 3 The Liberals have sold out South Australia / / Advertiser / 4/06/2003 p. 16 Editorial Public park ploy to block radioactive waste dump / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 3/06/2003 p. 7 Dump fear / / Canberra Times / 11/05/2003 p. 12 Nuclear dump for sheep station / Tim Dornin / The Age / 10/05/2003 p. 11 Waste dump compensation promise / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 10/05/2003 p. 10 Minister rules out higher-level waste / Paul Starick / Advertiser / 9/05/2003 p. 7 Rann pledges long fight through the courts / Greg Kelton and Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 9/05/2003 p. 6 Nuclear waste a water threat / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 30/04/2003 p. 2 Nuclear dump a 'threat to wine image' / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 29/04/2003 p. 7 N-dump banned from bomb site / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 15/04/2003 p. 3 Going nuclear: chance to be mature / Barry Wakelin / Sunday Mail (SA) / 6/04/2003 p. 46 Going nuclear: worse poison to come / David Noonan / Sunday Mail (SA) / 6/04/2003 p. 46 Maralinga doubts help Premier lay N-dump to waste / Terry Plane / Australian / 17/03/2003 p. 3 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(20)p. 7 CEIv. 103(18)p. 23 CEIv. 103(10)p. 22 CEIv. 103(10)p. 22 CEIv. 103(10)p. 21 CEIv. 103(9)p. 22 CEIv. 103(9)p. 21 CEIv. 103(9)p. 22 CEIv. 103(8)p. 19 CEIv. 103(8)p. 19 CEIv. 103(8)p. 20 CEIv. 103(8)p. 20 CEIv. 103(7)p. 25 CEIv. 103(7)p. 26 CEIv. 103(7)p. 26 CEIv. 103(5)p. 23

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Broken Hill 'suitable site' for nuclear waste / Greg Kelton / Advertiser / 14/03/2003 p. 22 Maralinga waste 'must be dug up' / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 10/03/2003 p. 5 Radioactive waste dump decision delay / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 1/03/2003 p. 6 We must clean up our own nuclear waste / Ian Duncan / Advertiser / 1/03/2003 p. 27 N-waste site risk up in the air / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 14/02/2003 p. 2 Waste dump risks understated: Hill / Rebecca DiGirolamo and Terry Plane / Australian / 12/02/2003 p. 3 Trucks to dump waste backlog / Paul Starick / Advertiser / 11/02/2003 p. 2 Start spreading the nukes / Leigh Dayton / Australian / 1/02/2003 p. 21 State faces N-dump steamroller / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 24/01/2003 p. 3 Radiation risk faces downgrade / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/01/2003 p. 7
CEIv. 103(5)p. 24 CEIv. 103(5)p. 23 CEIv. 103(4)p. 21 CEIv. 103(4)p. 22 CEIv. 103(3)p. 24 CEIv. 103(3)p. 23 CEIv. 103(3)p. 24 CEIv. 103(2)p. 28 CEIv. 103(1)p. 23 CEIv. 103(1)p. 24

Ozone Layer
Ozone in the air damages the soil / Mike Toner / Sydney Morning Herald / 17/10/2003 p. 10 Biggest ozone hole ever / Erica Bulman / Canberra Times / 9/10/2003 p. 19 Early signs point to largest ozone hole / Andrew Darby / The Age / 22/08/2003 p. 7 The hole story - global effect / / Advertiser / 19/08/2003 p. 30 Earth winning fight to save its protective skin: scientists / Andrew Revkin / The Age / 31/07/2003 p. 1 Earth's road to recovery / / Daily Telegraph / 31/07/2003 p. 31 Good news from ozone layer / Deborah Smith / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/07/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(18)p. 26 CEIv. 103(18)p. 25 CEIv. 103(15)p. 15 CEIv. 103(15)p. 16 CEIv. 103(13)p. 28 CEIv. 103(13)p. 28 CEIv. 103(13)p. 27

Perth W.A. - Air Pollution
Smog hits city's health / Ben Harvey / West Australian / 16/07/2003 p. 1
CEIv. 103(13)p. 1

Pest Control
Blocking invaders that are real pests / Rohan Wade / Hobart Mercury / 26/11/2003 p. 14 Pumas and coyotes the next pests / / Daily Telegraph / 21/11/2003 p. 23 Fox flak on 1080 / Rohan Wade / Sunday Tasmanian / 16/11/2003 p. 14 Total eradication of animal pests? Feral pigs might fly / Mary Bomford / Canberra Times / 26/06/2003 p. 19 Genetic blitz to wipe out mozzies / James Chapman / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 23/03/2003 p. 46 Plague rabbits controlled with triple onslaught / Michael Madigan / Courier Mail / 28/02/2003 p. 9
CEIv. 103(21)p. 23 CEIv. 103(21)p. 23 CEIv. 103(21)p. 24 CEIv. 103(12)p. 9 CEIv. 103(6)p. 10 CEIv. 103(6)p. 9

Pesticides - Environmental Aspects
Toxic research long overdue / Peter Evans / Advertiser / 21/08/2003 p. 16 Poisonous legacy / Angela Goode / Advertiser / 19/08/2003 p. 19 1080 push in war on foxes / Danny Rose / Hobart Mercury / 14/06/2003 p. 1 Copping a spray / Greg Roberts / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/01/2003 p. 36
CEIv. 103(15)p. 18 CEIv. 103(15)p. 17 CEIv. 103(11)p. 15 CEIv. 103(1)p. 26

Petroleum Industry
Shell accused of doing nothing about benzene emissions / Ewin Hannan, Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 13/11/2003 p. 1 The Shell refinery: an issue on the nose / / The Age / 11/11/2003 p. 12 Editorial Shell facing prosecution on bay spills / Ewin Hanna, Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 8/11/2003 p. 1 Oil giants lead push for Kyoto / Daniel Clery / West Australian / 14/03/2003 p. 15 Diesel and dust / Geoff Paradise / Daily Telegraph / 1/03/2003 p. 40
CEIv. 103(20)p. 20 CEIv. 103(20)p. 20 CEIv. 103(20)p. 19 CEIv. 103(5)p. 17 CEIv. 103(5)p. 1

Pollution
Shell accused of doing nothing about benzene emissions / Ewin Hannan, Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 13/11/2003 p. current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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1 The Shell refinery: an issue on the nose / / The Age / 11/11/2003 p. 12 Editorial Shell facing prosecution on bay spills / Ewin Hanna, Stathi Paxinos / The Age / 8/11/2003 p. 1 Asthma link to indoor pool use / Andrew Hough / Advertiser / 30/05/2003 p. 23 Pool chemicals theory on asthma / Beezy Marsh / Hobart Mercury / 30/05/2003 p. 19 Eating fish killed my unborn babies / Matthew Benns / Sun Herald / 20/04/2003 p. 45 Child lead-poisoning warning for Sydney / Michael Bradley / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/04/2003 p. 3 Emissions up: report / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 31/03/2003 p. 10 Poison fears drive out young family / / West Australian / 26/03/2003 p. 10 Waste holds heavy metals / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 26/03/2003 p. 10 $75m clean-up will still leave a poisoned bay / Mark Skelsey / Daily Telegraph / 14/03/2003 p. 13 Heavy metals up in Brookdale tests / Torrance Mendez and Michael Southwell / West Australian / 5/03/2003 p. 48 Toxic plant to be closed / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 1/03/2003 p. 4 Cancer fears over playground equipment / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2003 p. 5 DEP knew of leaking toxic waste for debacle / Michael Southwell / West Australian / 8/02/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(20)p. 20 CEIv. 103(20)p. 19 CEIv. 103(10)p. 23 CEIv. 103(10)p. 24 CEIv. 103(7)p. 27 CEIv. 103(7)p. 28 CEIv. 103(6)p. 14 CEIv. 103(6)p. 13 CEIv. 103(6)p. 13 CEIv. 103(5)p. 26 CEIv. 103(5)p. 25 CEIv. 103(5)p. 25 CEIv. 103(3)p. 25 CEIv. 103(3)p. 26

Population
Let's celebrate the need to breed / Pamela Bone / The Age / 9/08/2003 p. 11 Big city's rise and sprawl / Anne Buggins / West Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 13 In 2050 there'll only be 8.9b of us, not 9.3b: UN / / Canberra Times / 28/02/2003 p. 3 Fertility slump to hit home in 2050 / Rodney Dalton / Australian / 27/02/2003 p. 3 Shape of things to come / Rodney Dalton / Australian / 27/02/2003 p. 11
CEIv. 103(14)p. 22 CEIv. 103(14)p. 21 CEIv. 103(4)p. 23 CEIv. 103(4)p. 23 CEIv. 103(4)p. 24

Rubbish Disposal
Govts rule out plastic bag levy / / Canberra Times / 24/12/2003 p. 5 Go-ahead for Woodlawn mega-dump / / Canberra Times / 19/11/2003 p. 7 Parliament rolls court on waste / Stephanie Pealting and Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 19/11/2003 p. 2 Legal win may rubbish a $150m waste dream / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/11/2003 p. 9 Confusion tip of problem / Charlie Wilson-Clark / West Australian / 10/11/2003 p. 12 The curious carry-on over those dreadful plastic bags / Annabel Day / Financial Review / 25/10/2003 p. 25 The true price of your bag / Tanya Ha / Herald Sun / 23/09/2003 p. 19 Dramatic plastic bag reduction / / Hobart Mercury / 17/09/2003 p. 7 Levy is in the bag with hardware / Evelyn Yamine / Daily Telegraph / 16/09/2003 p. 11 How green was my telly: recycling rates highly / Melissa Fyfe / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/08/2003 p. 3 Plastic bags deadline set / Gay McNamara / West Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 5 Retailers to cut plastic bag use / Jessica Stanley / Canberra Times / 2/08/2003 p. 7 Time we took look at our waste line / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 1/08/2003 p. 1 Ban plastic bags / / Hobart Mercury / 12/06/2003 p. 14 Editorial Greens say Tassie lags on plastic shopping bags / / Hobart Mercury / 11/06/2003 p. 8 Bright ideas to tackle the plastic bag blight / Brad Crouch / Sunday Mail (SA) / 8/06/2003 p. 15 Good returns / Peter Vincent / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/06/2003 p. Eco11 July deadline to limit plastic bag use / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 24/05/2003 p. 25 Thwaites plans to tax plastic / Jeremy Kelly / Herald Sun / 23/05/2003 p. 3 From barrels of crude to kernels of corn / Phil Rooney / Canberra Times / 22/05/2003 p. 19 Retailers ignore target to cut plastic bags / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 19/05/2003 p. 5 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(4)p. 26 CEIv. 103(21)p. 26 CEIv. 103(21)p. 25 CEIv. 103(21)p. 26 CEIv. 103(21)p. 25 CEIv. 103(19)p. 27 CEIv. 103(17)p. 26 CEIv. 103(17)p. 25 CEIv. 103(17)p. 25 CEIv. 103(14)p. 24 CEIv. 103(14)p. 23 CEIv. 103(14)p. 23 CEIv. 103(14)p. 24 CEIv. 103(11)p. 21 CEIv. 103(11)p. 21 CEIv. 103(11)p. 22 CEIv. 103(10)p. 25 CEIv. 103(10)p. 25 CEIv. 103(9)p. 23 CEIv. 103(9)p. 24 CEIv. 103(9)p. 23

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New front opens in waste battle / Anne Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/05/2003 p. 7 Coles bay bags a wide attention / Damian McIntyre / Hobart Mercury / 4/05/2003 p. 9 Inquiry weighs plastic bag levy / / Hobart Mercury / 19/04/2003 p. 12 Recycling for cash: incentive for shoppers is in the bag / Simon Kearney / Sunday Telegraph / 30/03/2003 p. 43 700,000 tonnes of waste in new road / Andrew Dowdell / Sunday Mail (SA) / 16/03/2003 p. 20 Experts rubbish the practice of recycling / David Harrison / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/03/2003 p. 12 Recycled waste disposal theories go up in smoke / / The Age / 5/03/2003 p. 12 Ministers reject plastic bag advice / Simon Kearney / Daily Telegraph / 12/01/2003 p. 9
CEIv. 103(8)p. 22 CEIv. 103(8)p. 21 CEIv. 103(8)p. 21 CEIv. 103(6)p. 16 CEIv. 103(6)p. 15 CEIv. 103(4)p. 25 CEIv. 103(4)p. 25 CEIv. 103(4)p. 26

Salinity
Salinity…not only a worry for farmers / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 16/08/2003 p. B8 Murray salinity tipped to rise / Richard Sproull / Australian / 17/07/2003 p. 4 Plea for land use rethink to beat salinity / Rebecca Kerr / Advertiser / 15/07/2003 p. 10 Salt-free grapes for Southcorp / Simon Evans / Financial Review / 27/06/2003 p. Shocking taste of future is here / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 22/01/2003 p. 1
CEIv. 103(15)p. 19 CEIv. 103(12)p. 25 CEIv. 103(12)p. 26 CEIv. 103(12)p. 25 CEIv. 103(1)p. 11

Sewage Disposal
Offshore cocktail party that no one keeps an eye on / Anne Davies and Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/08/2003 p. 6 A city busting to go - into the ocean / Anne Davies and Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/08/2003 p. 1 Sewage ban on boaties / Steven Wardill / Courier Mail / 22/03/2003 p. 19
CEIv. 103(14)p. 26 CEIv. 103(14)p. 25 CEIv. 103(6)p. 24

Sharks
Sharks now the victim / Paul Mischefski / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 4/05/2003 p. 49 Shark attacks all in the mind / Clyde Wild / Courier Mail / 4/02/2003 p. 13 Beattie bid to retain shark nets / Daryl Passmore / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 2/02/2003 p. 17
CEIv. 103(8)p. 30 CEIv. 103(2)p. 29 CEIv. 103(2)p. 30

Snowy River
Our water crisis / Claire Miller / The Age / 26/04/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(8)p. 15

Soil Pollution
Cancer fears over playground equipment / Sean Nicholls / Sydney Morning Herald / 12/02/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(3)p. 25

Solar Energy
Has the sun set on solar power? / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 11/03/2003 p. 11 Money running out for solar power rebates / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/02/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(5)p. 27 CEIv. 103(5)p. 28

Sustainable Agriculture
Key to sustainability lies down on the farm / Andrew Campbell / Financial Review / 28/11/2003 p. 8 Land, water practices threaten cheap veg / Alison Rehn / Hobart Mercury / 17/11/2003 p. 9 Warning over land use / Alison Rehn / Courier Mail / 17/11/2003 p. 3 Cultural change urged for farming / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 16/08/2003 p. 5 Long-term farm restoration bears fruit / Rosslyn Beeby / Canberra Times / 16/08/2003 p. 5
CEIv. 103(21)p. 28 CEIv. 103(21)p. 27 CEIv. 103(21)p. 27 CEIv. 103(15)p. 21 CEIv. 103(15)p. 22

Sustainable Development
We must change our ways if we are to have a sustainable future / Jenny Goldie / Canberra Times / 13/11/2003 p. current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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17 Australia is ahead of the rest in environmental sustainability / Simon Grose / Canberra Times / 5/11/2003 p. 19 A gamble on WA's future / Steve Pennells / West Australian / 16/09/2003 p. 6 Gallop's plan to change our lives / Ben Harvey / West Australian / 16/09/2003 p. 1 A leader in sustainability / Lincoln Hawkins / Canberra Times / 12/06/2003 p. 15 Renew green goal of urban living / Herbert Girardet / Advertiser / 11/06/2003 p. 20 Green roots to reach a lot deeper / Anne Buggins / West Australian / 4/06/2003 p. 10
CEIv. 103(20)p. 21 CEIv. 103(17)p. 28 CEIv. 103(17)p. 27 CEIv. 103(11)p. 24 CEIv. 103(11)p. 23 CEIv. 103(11)p. 25

Sydney NSW Water Pollution
Offshore cocktail party that no one keeps an eye on / Anne Davies and Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/08/2003 p. 6 A city busting to go - into the ocean / Anne Davies and Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/08/2003 p. 1 $75m clean-up will still leave a poisoned bay / Mark Skelsey / Daily Telegraph / 14/03/2003 p. 13
CEIv. 103(14)p. 26 CEIv. 103(14)p. 25 CEIv. 103(5)p. 26

Sydney NSW Air Pollution
Asthma risk in M5 tunnel air / Ruth Pollard / Sydney Morning Herald / 31/07/2003 p. 3 Tests warn tunnel air a health risk / Rod Smith / Sunday Telegraph / 16/03/2003 p. 50
CEIv. 103(13)p. 1 CEIv. 103(5)p. 2

Tidal Power
$300 fines for polluters of waterways / Peter Haran / Sunday Mail (SA) / 10/11/2002 p. 3
CEIv. 102(21)p. 30

Tigers
Tiger on the brink of extinction / Jerry Harmer / Sunday Telegraph / 27/07/2003 p. 47
CEIv. 103(13)p. 9

Town Planning
Green blueprint for a growing city / / The Age / 21/11/2003 p. 11 Editorial Blueprint for a future city of green / Royce Millar and Martin Boulton / The Age / 19/11/2003 p. 3 Case studies / Martin Boulton / The Age / 19/11/2003 p. 3 Pollution sinkhole may house thousands / Anne Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/11/2003 p. 3 Squeezed Paris could lift 30-year skyscraper ban / Jon Henley / The Age / 4/11/2003 p. 9 It hasn't been easy seeing green / Craig Johnstone / Courier Mail / 1/11/2003 p. 32 Saving paradise by smart development / Rohan Wade / Sunday Tasmanian / 17/08/2003 p. 20 A leader in sustainability / Lincoln Hawkins / Canberra Times / 12/06/2003 p. 15 Next generation faces a dubious legacy from the apartment boom / Peter Droege / Sydney Morning Herald / 30/05/2003 p. 11 How apartment living grew up / Bruce Judd / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/05/2003 p. 15 A different kind of wedge politics / Misha Ketchell / The Age / 10/05/2003 p. 8 Developers fear blueprint will harm urban growth / Misha Ketchell and Royce Millar / The Age / 28/04/2003 p. 3 New law weakens wedge protection, say conservationists / Royce Millar / The Age / 28/04/2003 p. 3 States call for urban blueprint / Chris Milne / Financial Review / 4/04/2003 p. 77 It makes sense to plan for the future / / Advertiser / 29/03/2003 p. 26 Editorial Tougher stance to curb urban sprawl / Kim Wheatley / Advertiser / 29/03/2003 p. 13 End sprawl: avoid the larger cities / Charles Noble / Canberra Times / 25/02/2003 p. 11 Wedge politics of a different kind / / The Age / 20/02/2003 p. 16 Editorial Subdivision eating away at city's green space / Royce Millar / The Age / 17/02/2003 p. 3 A burning question / Elizabeth Farrelly / Sydney Morning Herald / 11/02/2003 p. 12 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Turn it up, down or off? / / The Age / 1/02/2003 p. 6 Editorial Clubs vs residents: city's decibel debate / Royce Millar / The Age / 30/01/2003 p. 3 Not just blame after the flame / / Australian / 25/01/2003 p. 16 Editorial All the rivers run through new green belt / Anne Davies, Sean Nicholls and Joseph Kerr / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/01/2003 p. 1 Fork in the road for town planners / Davina Jackson / Australian / 20/12/2002 p. 11
CEIv. 103(4)p. 28 CEIv. 103(4)p. 28 CEIv. 103(2)p. 5 CEIv. 103(1)p. 27 CEIv. 103(1)p. 28

Urban Ecology
Trees must blend with urban scapes / Chris Daniels, David Mitchell, Ruth O'Neill / Advertiser / 24/07/2003 p. 17 Letters Don't plant foreign weeds in North Tce / Melissa King / Advertiser / 23/07/2003 p. 11 Make it our cultural heart among the gum trees / Tin Flannery / Advertiser / 23/07/2003 p. 11 Save city's European gardens, councillors urged / Royce Millar, Angela O'Connor / The Age / 5/02/2003 p. 5 The natives are not going to get it all their own way in the battle of the trees / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 5/02/2003 p. 5 Going native: bid to make gardens more Australian / Royce Millar / The Age / 4/02/2003 p. 3
CEIv. 103(13)p. 22 CEIv. 103(13)p. 21 CEIv. 103(13)p. 21 CEIv. 103(2)p. 24 CEIv. 103(2)p. 24 CEIv. 103(2)p. 23

Urban Transport
Access all areas / Neil Sipe and Brendan Gleeson / Courier Mail / 12/11/2003 p. 19 Melbourne is car city / John Masanauskas / Herald Sun / 10/11/2003 p. 17 Which way for better connections / Wally Wight / Courier Mail / 15/10/2003 p. 19 Our obsession with roads extracts its toll / Kenneth Davidson / The Age / 13/10/2003 p. 13 Plan to keep traffic flowing / Ken Willett / Courier Mail / 8/09/2003 p. 11 Parking levy and road tunnel in $16 billion drive to end traffic jams / Lachlan Heywood / Courier Mail / 2/09/2003 p. 1 Put city back on tracks / Neil Sipe and Brendan Gleeson / Courier Mail / 2/09/2003 p. 15 Cars drive a city to diversion / / The Age / 1/09/2003 p. 14 Editorial Life's great, bar transport / John Weston, Rod McCrea and Robert Stimson / Courier Mail / 1/09/2003 p. 11 The traffic plan our city needs to have / Nicholas Low, Joe Lederman / The Age / 30/08/2003 p. 10 Letters Transport problems must be faced / / Courier Mail / 30/08/2003 p. 26 Editorial Citylink tolls increase traffic on Toorak Road / Andrew Heasley / The Age / 29/08/2003 p. 2 Council's traffic plan condemned / Andrew Heasley / The Age / 29/08/2003 p. 2 Labor staff member linked to toll petition / Richard Baker / The Age / 29/08/2003 p. 2 Radical plan to divert cars away from Melbourne CBD / Andrew Heasley / The Age / 28/08/2003 p. 1 Perth ill-served by car as travel king / / West Australian / 25/08/2003 p. 10 Public transport not always the solution, says RAC / / West Australian / 25/08/2003 p. 10 Push to expand tollways / Michelle Rose / Herald Sun / 22/05/2003 p. 3 Congestion toll favoured over fuel tax / Chris Jones / Courier Mail / 21/05/2003 p. 14 No to the freeway, yes to tolls / John McPherson / The Age / 28/04/2003 p. 11 Yes to the freeway, no to tolls / Richard Thomas / The Age / 28/04/2003 p. 11 Train travel in trouble / / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/04/2003 p. 14 Editorial Motorway takes toll on rail trips / Joseph Kerr / Sydney Morning Herald / 2/04/2003 p. 8 Car woes highlighted / Danny Rose / Hobart Mercury / 25/03/2003 p. 20 Brisbane gridlock to overtake other cities / Daryl Passmore / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 2/03/2003 p. 14 Going public / Kristy Sexton / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 2/03/2003 p. 14 So, how are our politicians travelling? / Kristy Sexton / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 2/03/2003 p. 14 World watches chaos-free start to London traffic experiment / Peter Wilson / Australian / 19/02/2003 p. 8 Commuters miss the transport system bus / Bryan Littlely and Tracie McPherson / Advertiser / 17/02/2003 p. current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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The high cost of inadequate public transport / / Advertiser / 17/02/2003 p. 16 Editorial Fork in the road for town planners / Davina Jackson / Australian / 20/12/2002 p. 11
CEIv. 103(3)p. 30 CEIv. 103(1)p. 28

Viruses
Wheat virus confirmed / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 7/05/2003 p. 33 Wheat virus puts Waite in quarantine / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 29/04/2003 p. 15 The wheat virus - how it works / / Canberra Times / 27/04/2003 p. 21 Illustration Seeds of destruction / Meredith Booth / Advertiser / 24/04/2003 p. 19 Scare over wheat virus / Orietta Guerrera / The Age / 16/04/2003 p. 4 Alien virus seals off CSIRO lab / Sophie Morris / Australian / 12/04/2003 p. 18
CEIv. 103(8)p. 28 CEIv. 103(8)p. 27 CEIv. 103(8)p. 28 CEIv. 103(7)p. 30 CEIv. 103(7)p. 29 CEIv. 103(7)p. 29

Wallabies
Extinct wallaby is back / Richard Sproull and Selina Mitchell / Australian / 13/09/2003 p. 9 'Extinct' wallaby comes home / Selina Mitchell / Australian / 19/07/2003 p. 10
CEIv. 103(17)p. 8 CEIv. 103(13)p. 10

Water Conservation
Many ways to cut the waste / Gary Tippet / The Age / 20/03/2004 p. 13 Company comes clean with dirty water plan / Frank Cassidy / Canberra Times / 14/11/2003 p. 7 Experts chart recycling route / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 13/11/2003 p. 2 The save-water campaign targets the wrong wallies / Ralph Saubern / The Age / 10/11/2003 p. 10 Solution to Rippon Lea's water woes found right under men's shoes / Royce Millar / The Age / 6/11/2003 p. 7 Inventors dig deep to put lid on water evaporation / Amanda Gearing / Courier Mail / 5/11/2003 p. 12 Second dam means a much smarter way of living goes down the drain / Jeff Angel / Sydney Morning Herald / 5/11/2003 p. 11 Practical, profitable ways to tackle water shortage / David Mclennan / Canberra Times / 29/10/2003 p. 9 Fixing all leaks not possible: Sartor / Kelvin Bissett / Daily Telegraph / 22/10/2003 p. 2 Ministers split over Murray / Terry Plane / Australian / 21/10/2003 p. 4 How much water for a healthy river? / / The Age / 20/10/2003 p. 10 Editorial Cash grants for good water use / Melissa Marino / The Age / 19/10/2003 p. 10 Washing cars is just a drop in an ocean of water waste / Derek Eamus / Sydney Morning Herald / 3/10/2003 p. 13 Guzzlers will pay in drive to save water / Anne Davies and Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 25/09/2003 p. 1 Double standards on water trading and greenhouse / Murray Griffin / Canberra Times / 5/09/2003 p. 15 A chance to save the Murray / Peter Cullen / Financial Review / 1/09/2003 p. 63 Water plan a start but not enough: Garrett / / Canberra Times / 1/09/2003 p. 3 Water deal to rescue rivers / Steve Lewis, Patricia Karvelas and Asa Walquist / Australian / 30/08/2003 p. 1 Cities set to share water pain / / Canberra Times / 29/08/2003 p. 1 Farmers second best on water use / Paul Starick / Advertiser / 29/08/2003 p. 5 National titles for our rivers / Gerard McManus and Peter Mickelburough / Herald Sun / 29/08/2003 p. 9 The Murray's lifeblood is running low / Peter Garrett / Canberra Times / 29/08/2003 p. 15 Water market is the future for farming / / Australian / 29/08/2003 p. 10 Editorial Do small dams rob our rivers of water? / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 9/08/2003 p. B5 SA's watershed / Nigel Austin / Advertiser / 9/08/2003 p. 29 Cutting water demand is an answer, deciding how is a matter for all of us / Sturart White / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/08/2003 p. 11 Farmers hope for rivers plan to become reality / Asa Wahlquist / Herald Sun / 6/08/2003 p. 30 Murray plans floated / / Herald Sun / 6/08/2003 p. 30 Rivers blueprint troubles Truss / Patricia Karvelas / Australian / 5/08/2003 p. 6 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Pools paradise - a city running on empty / James Woodford, Stephanie Peatling and Anne Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2003 p. 1 The thirsty house / / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2003 p. 6 Water net mustn't drown farmers / Glenn Milne, Chris Baker, Ken Mansell, Philip Lawrence, Nat B Wheatley / Australian / 4/08/2003 p. 8 Letters Cash flow will help save the Murray River / / Australian / 2/08/2003 p. 16 Editorial Life's draining out of Murray / Bill Phillips / Canberra Times / 2/08/2003 p. B1 New water bans from October 1 / Graham Downie / Canberra Times / 2/08/2003 p. 1 National challenge needs steely courage / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 31/07/2003 p. 1 Pricing water to let our rivers flow / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 31/07/2003 p. 1 $2.5bn - the price of a bill of clean health for the nation's rivers / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 24/07/2003 p. 5 Thirsty forests accused / Malcolm Farr / Daily Telegraph / 21/07/2003 p. 10 Taps will still flow for biggest users / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 30/06/2003 p. 9 The water crisis is a huge issue. We must get it right / Tim Colebatch / The Age / 24/06/2003 p. 11 Water war swamping farmers / Rebecca DiGirolamo / Australian / 21/06/2003 p. 10 Irrigators' Murray water slashed by 35pc / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 14/06/2003 p. 1 Legal protection for valuable rights / Shane Wright / Canberra Times / 14/06/2003 p. B4 Poor suffer as world's water seeps away / Tim Radford / Sydney Morning Herald / 7/06/2003 p. 20 Cash rebate for efficient appliances / Tony Rindfleisch / Herald Sun / 1/06/2003 p. 15 Make every drop count / / Advertiser / 24/05/2003 p. 46 Threat to states on water use / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 22/05/2003 p. 6 Water cut to cost growers millions / Leanne Craig and Melissa King / Advertiser / 22/05/2003 p. 4 Dry zone: water restrictions from July / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 21/05/2003 p. 1 Tougher water curbs on the way / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 20/05/2003 p. 2 Water subsidy a mere trickle / Peter Hunt / Herald Sun / 12/05/2003 p. 20 Extreme water plan mooted / Michelle Pountney / Herald Sun / 2/05/2003 p. 28 Water tanks for self-sufficient suburbs: CSIRO / Georgia Curry / Canberra Times / 2/05/2003 p. 3 Grant hopes despite the hits / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 27/04/2003 p. 40 It's crunch time for water / / Sunday Mail (SA) / 27/04/2003 p. 40 Stage two restrictions on the way / Elicia Murray / Canberra Times / 19/04/2003 p. 2 Water curbs to be permanent / Richard Baker and Larissa Dubecki / The Age / 11/04/2003 p. 11 Water 'mining' the next step / Annabel Day / Financial Review / 11/04/2003 p. 14 Make sensible water use a way of life / / The Age / 31/03/2003 p. 12 Editorial Idea to help our deserts bloom / / Canberra Times / 25/03/2003 p. 10 State acts to secure future of main inland river system / Terry Plane / Australian / 25/03/2003 p. 12 Toughest laws to save the river / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 25/03/2003 p. 17 Those who call the water tune should repay the pipers / Deborah Kerr / Canberra Times / 20/03/2003 p. 22 National strategy required to reverse drain on liquid asset / / Canberra Times / 15/03/2003 p. 10 Push for mandatory water-efficiency labels / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 15/03/2003 p. 9 State facing water restrictions / / Australian / 8/03/2003 p. 7 Murray buybacks not enough, says Kerin / Chris Milne / Financial Review / 7/03/2003 p. 17 Water crisis deepens as experts call for control / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 6/03/2003 p. 5 Water supplies near crisis point, UN warns / Rick Weiss / The Age / 6/03/2003 p. 9 No end to water cuts / Chris Tinkler / Herald Sun / 2/03/2003 p. 2 Water, water everywhere, but now you'll need a licence / William Verity / Sydney Morning Herald / 28/02/2003 p. 8 Ration water now to conserve our future / Rex Jory / Advertiser / 14/02/2003 p. 20 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
CEIv. 103(14)p. 27 CEIv. 103(14)p. 30 CEIv. 103(14)p. 8 CEIv. 103(14)p. 10 CEIv. 103(14)p. 9 CEIv. 103(14)p. 29 CEIv. 103(13)p. 29 CEIv. 103(13)p. 29 CEIv. 103(13)p. 30 CEIv. 103(13)p. 12 CEIv. 103(12)p. 27 CEIv. 103(12)p. 28 CEIv. 103(12)p. 8 CEIv. 103(11)p. 27 CEIv. 103(11)p. 28 CEIv. 103(11)p. 28 CEIv. 103(10)p. 30 CEIv. 103(10)p. 29 CEIv. 103(9)p. 1 CEIv. 103(9)p. 1 CEIv. 103(9)p. 3 CEIv. 103(9)p. 4 CEIv. 103(9)p. 2 CEIv. 103(8)p. 3 CEIv. 103(8)p. 3 CEIv. 103(8)p. 2 CEIv. 103(8)p. 1 CEIv. 103(7)p. 8 CEIv. 103(7)p. 7 CEIv. 103(7)p. 6 CEIv. 103(6)p. 21 CEIv. 103(6)p. 21 CEIv. 103(6)p. 22 CEIv. 103(6)p. 22 CEIv. 103(5)p. 10 CEIv. 103(5)p. 8 CEIv. 103(5)p. 9 CEIv. 103(5)p. 8 CEIv. 103(4)p. 4 CEIv. 103(5)p. 7 CEIv. 103(4)p. 3 CEIv. 103(4)p. 5 CEIv. 103(4)p. 6 CEIv. 103(3)p. 6

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Re-using waste water whets business appetite / Ian Howarth / Financial Review / 7/02/2003 p. 22 $1m river water sold to irrigate vineyards / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 5/02/2003 p. 25 Torrent of rage / Simon Bevilacqua / Hobart Mercury / 19/01/2003 p. 10 Let the river run free - or at a cost of $675m / Stephanie Peating / Sydney Morning Herald / 9/01/2003 p. 1 Rescue plan for Murray 'not enough' / Stephanie Peating / The Age / 9/01/2003 p. Why the price of water should rise / Tom Connors / Canberra Times / 18/12/2002 p. 17 Double the price / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 6/12/2002 p. 3
CEIv. 103(2)p. 17 CEIv. 103(2)p. 18 CEIv. 103(1)p. 30 CEIv. 103(1)p. 9 CEIv. 103(1)p. 10 CEIv. 103(1)p. 29 CEIv. 103(1)p. 29

Water Pollution
Nature pays heavy price for disaster / / Daily Telegraph / 4/04/2003 p. 37 Sewage ban on boaties / Steven Wardill / Courier Mail / 22/03/2003 p. 19 $75m clean-up will still leave a poisoned bay / Mark Skelsey / Daily Telegraph / 14/03/2003 p. 13 Passing ships heap grief on the reef / Amanda Hodge / Australian / 29/01/2003 p. 11
CEIv. 103(6)p. 23 CEIv. 103(6)p. 24 CEIv. 103(5)p. 26 CEIv. 103(2)p. 19

Water Supply
Fixing all leaks not possible: Sartor / Kelvin Bissett / Daily Telegraph / 22/10/2003 p. 2 A liquid asset we need on tap / Christpher Jay / Financial Review / 17/10/2003 p. 62 Cool, clean water / / Hobart Mercury / 9/10/2003 p. 14 Editorial State looks at water problems / Rohan Wade / Hobart Mercury / 9/10/2003 p. 9 Pools paradise - a city running on empty / James Woodford, Stephanie Peatling and Anne Davies / Sydney Morning Herald / 4/08/2003 p. 1 Water poses most terrifying threat to life / Phillip Williams / Courier Mail / 17/05/2003 p. 27 'Drought proof' scheme for town / Jessica Lawrence / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 11/05/2003 p. 33 NSW airs its Tassie water plan / / Sunday Tasmanian / 4/05/2003 p. 18
CEIv. 103(19)p. 29 CEIv. 103(18)p. 29 CEIv. 103(18)p. 30 CEIv. 103(18)p. 30 CEIv. 103(14)p. 27 CEIv. 103(9)p. 29 CEIv. 103(9)p. 30 CEIv. 103(9)p. 30

Wetlands
Wetlands must be sacrificed / Catherine Hockley / Advertiser / 10/10/2003 p. 10 'Unique' wetland saved / Andrew McCarry / Australian / 12/07/2003 p. 9
CEIv. 103(18)p. 2 CEIv. 103(12)p. 24

Whaling
About-face by whaling commission / Otto Pohl / The Age / 18/06/2003 p. 13 Saving the whale, again / / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/06/2003 p. 14 Editorial Whaling bodys' U-turn on conservation angers Japan / / Sydney Morning Herald / 18/06/2003 p. 11 Whales conservation push suffers a blow as Japan lines up new allies / Andrew Darby / Sydney Morning Herald / 14/06/2003 p. 17 Japan kills 440 minke whales / / Herald Sun / 4/04/2003 p. 38 Eat whale…and save the planet / James Woodford / Sydney Morning Herald / 29/03/2003 p. 1 Scientist backs whale kill / James Woodford / West Australian / 29/03/2003 p. 9
CEIv. 103(11)p. 30 CEIv. 103(11)p. 29 CEIv. 103(11)p. 30 CEIv. 103(11)p. 29 CEIv. 103(6)p. 25 CEIv. 103(6)p. 25 CEIv. 103(6)p. 26

Wildlife Conservation
Cull to be kind? / Asa Wahlquist / Australian / 8/05/2003 p. 11 Sharks now the victim / Paul Mischefski / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 4/05/2003 p. 49 Bats take a fancy to Geelong / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 2/04/2003 p. 12 New battle over bats / Danny Butler / Herald Sun / 2/04/2003 p. 13 Tenacious survivors of Kosciuszko / Mark Scala / Daily Telegraph / 2/04/2003 p. 28 Monarch butterflies recover after 500 million killed in Mexico / Mark Wilson / The Age / 27/03/2003 p. 13 Dusk in the bat camp and suddenly it's pure mayhem / Melissa Fyfe / The Age / 12/03/2003 p. 7 current information services PO Box 274 Curtin ACT 2605 Tel/Fax (02) 6285 1334 Email dennyws@currentinformation.com.au
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Calls to cut back on culling of kangaroos / / Canberra Times / 8/03/2003 p. 15 Another cat control review / Leanne Craig / Advertiser / 21/02/2003 p. 9 Shark attacks all in the mind / Clyde Wild / Courier Mail / 4/02/2003 p. 13 Beattie bid to retain shark nets / Daryl Passmore / Sunday Mail (Qld) / 2/02/2003 p. 17 Land clearing fells millions of creatures / / Courier Mail / 27/01/2003 p. 7 Quoll halts northern dam / Brett Stubbs / Hobart Mercury / 24/01/2003 p. 7 Alpine blazes pose threat to fragile wildlife / Amanda Hodge, Brendan O'Keefe and James Madden / Australian / 21/01/2003 p. 6 Fires threaten to kill off rare wetland frogs / John Ellicott / Australian / 15/01/2003 p. 3 Shooting season halted by drought / Alison Crosweller and Gosia Kaszubska / Australian / 8/01/2003 p. 4
CEIv. 103(5)p. 30 CEIv. 103(6)p. 10 CEIv. 103(2)p. 29 CEIv. 103(2)p. 30 CEIv. 103(2)p. 25 CEIv. 103(2)p. 11 CEIv. 103(1)p. 7 CEIv. 103(1)p. 8 CEIv. 103(1)p. 14

Wind Power
A mighty wind / Stephanie Peatling / Sydney Morning Herald / 8/08/2003 p. 9 Button warns of wind farm threat / Geoff Strong / The Age / 28/06/2003 p. 12 Ill wind brews in path of green power / Dean Jaensch / Advertiser / 28/06/2003 p. 18
CEIv. 103(14)p. 15 CEIv. 103(12)p. 30 CEIv. 103(12)p. 29

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