As of 7th July 2014

ABRAMS, L. 2014 The rise and fall of America’s climate deniers: How politics hijacked the fight against global warming Salon

XXX (2014) Investors lead push for more action on climate change 6th April 2014 The Nation

AHMED, N. (2014) UN- climate ‘perfect storm’ is already here. Time to slay Zombie Big Oil Guardian DATE CITATION CLICK THROUGH ON PAGE 5 links re consistently underestimted and knows its both dead, and wrong

ANONYMOUS (UNDATED) About Us Clean Air Task Force website

ANONYMOUS (UNDATED) The Institute at a glance Global CCS insitute

ANONYMOUS (UNDATED) About the Centre for Climate and Energy Solutions

BAER, H. 2011 The International Climate Justice Movement: A comparison with the Austrlaian climate movement Australian Anthropological Society

Boehmer-Christiansen, S. (1994) A scientific agenda for climate policy? Nature Vol 374 pp. 400-2

BULKELEY, H. 2001 No regrets? Economy and environment in Australia’s domestic climate change policy process Global Environmental Change 11, 155-169

BURGMANN, V. and BAER, H. 2013 Climate Politics

COCKERHAM, S. (2014) Old-school coal is making a comeback 17th April

CONNELLY, J. (2014) Coal port builders: Help, we’re being outgunned Seattle Pi

COX, A.M. (2014) The excuse for Killing Trayvon Martin has become the standard of democracy Guardian 28th March 2014

CUSICK, D. (2014) Peabody Energy pitches coal as the cure Third World Poverty 11th April 2014 E&E

DAVIES, K. (2014) ALEC hates the Climate 20th February 2014

DIOUHY, J. (2014) Oil industry launches new ad campaign 17th April 2014

FANG, L 2014 VIDEO: Chief Coal Industry Won’t Say if Coal Causes Climate Change April

FERBER, D. (2013) Government Not to Blame for Coal Industry Ills 19th February Science now

FIRSOVA, A., STREZOV, V. and TAPLIN, R. 2012 After 20 years of creating Australian climate policy: was the proposed carbon pollution reduction scheme a change in direction? Australian Journal of Environmental Management 19 (1) pp. 21-34.

GEELS, F. (2010) Ontologies, socio-techical transitons (to sustainability) and the multi-level perspective. Research Policy 39, 495-510.

GEELS, F. & VERHEES, B. (2011) Cultural legitimacy and framing struggles in innovation journeys; A cultural-performative perspective and a case study of Dutch nuclear energy (1945-1986) Technological Forecasting and Social Change 78, 910-930.

GLOBAL WITNESS (2013) Open letter calls for rules to protect climate policy-making from corporate influence as civil society walks out of Warsaw conference 21st November, CITATION

GOLDENBERG, S. & PILKINGTON, E. (2013) ALEC calls for penalties on ‘freerider’ homeowners in assault on clean energy 4th December 2013 guardian

HALPER, E. (2014) Conservative heavyweights have solar industry in their sights 19th April 2014 Los Angeles Times

HAQ, A. (2013) Secretive group ALEC calls for “Guerrilla Warfare” on EPA 16th December 2013 Natural Resrources Defense Council

HUTCHINSON, Z. and CREENAUNE, H. 2010 A stifling climate – targeting social movements and policing protests Chain Reaction #109

IIASA (2014) What will climate policy mean for coal? 31St March 2014

JOHNSON, K. (2014) As coal fades in West Viriginia, drugs fill void. 26th March Al Jazeera America

JOHNSON, N. KREY, V. McCOLLUM, D.L, RAO, S., RIAHI, K. and ROGELJ. J. (2014) Stranged on a low-carbon planet: Implciations of climate policy for the phase-out of coal-based power plants Technological Forecasting and Social Change

JUDKIS, M (DATE) Mermaids, Aliens and Bigfoot Want You to Believe in Clean Coal DATE, CITATION…

KEIM, B. (2011) “Coal Cares” Hoax Website Backed by Science 10th May 2011

KUNZIG, R. (2014) Clean Coal Test: Power Plants Prepare to Capture Carbon 31st March National Geographic

LIBIT, D. (2014) Climate skeptics look to prove THEIR skeptics, like Obama, wrong 7th July accessed 7th July 2014

LITVAN, L (2014) Coal’s Clout Endures in Washington Even As Jobs Decline 8th April 2014

LOHAN, T. (2014) King Coal is Dying a Slow Death in America 8th April 2014

LUCARELLI, B. (2011) Australia’s Black Coal Industry: Past Achievements and Future Challenges Program on Energy and Sustainable Development, Stanford University

MADRICK, J. (2014) Innovation: The Government Was Crucial After All : Review of The Entrepreneurial State: Deubnking Public vs Private Sector myths by Mariana Mazzucato and Doing Capitialism in the Innovation economy: Markets, Speculationa nd the State by William H Janeway New York Review of Books April 24, 2014 issue

MAGILL, B. (2014) Utilities disagree on how EPA should regulate emissions 8th April 2014

MARSDEN, W. 2014 US locks into bad government – and climate change 15th April 2014

MARTINSON, E. (2014) EPA scores big win to limit mercury in power plants Politico

McGOWAN, E 2012 Environmental Protection Agency Puts Greenhouse Gas Rules for Oil Refineries on Backburner 11 March

MCGRATH, M (2014) EU greenlight for UK carbon capture and storage project 17th April 2014

MCGOWAN, E. (2012) Environmental Protection Agency Puts Greenhouse Gas Rules for Oil Refineries on Backburner DATE

MILMAN, O. 2014 Green groups to wage legal war against Tony Abbott’s pro-development agenda Guardian 25th April

MOLYNEAUX, L., FROOME, C., WAGNER, L. and FOSTER, F. 2013 Australian power: Can renewable technologies change the dominant industry view? Renewable Energy 60, pp. 215-221.

MORSE, R (2012) Cleaning up coal: From Climate Culprit to Solution Foreign Affairs, July/August

MUFSON, S. (2011) Coal’s burnout: Have investors moved on to cleaner energy sources? Washington Post Jan 1, 2011

NEARING, B (2014) Plan to reopen coal-fired power plant draws pollution, economic concerns 2nd April Times Union

PARKINSON, G. (2014) Can utilities avoid same fate as telecom companies? 28 March

PARKINSON, G. 2014 “Farcical” start to Tony Abbott’s renewable energy review 24th April

PEABODY (2014) Advanced Energy for Life Campaign launched to Build Awareness and Support to End “World’s Number One Human and Environmental Crisis” of Global Energy Poverty

PILKINGTON, E & GOLDENBERG, S. (2013) ALEC facing funding crisis from donor exodus in wake of Trayvon Martin row 3rd December 2013 Guardian

PLUMER, B. (2012) CBO: Carbon capture efforts arent’ going so well. Washington Post 2nd July 2012

PLUMER, B. (2013) Is China the last hope for carbon capture technology Washington Post october 22, 2013

PLUMER, B. 2014 How the world failed on 2 degrees 22nd April accessed 23rd April

QUEENSLAND RESOURCES COUNCIL (undated) About QRC (accessed 23rd April)

QUINONES, M. (2014) COAL: Is EPA rulemaking hurting technology innovation E&E

READFEARN, G. (2014) Tax Breaks in Australia to Fund Climate Misinformation Book 14th April 2014

RISEBOROUGH, J. (2014) Coal Mines Face “Crunch Time” as ARMS Mulls Closing Mine 28th March

Schor, J.B., 2014, Climate discourse and economic downturns: The case of the United States, 2008–2013, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, 11, forthcoming

SHAFFER, D. (2014) Judge strikes down Minnesota’s anti-coal energy law 18th April 2014 Star Tribune

SHEPPARD, K (2013) Whatever Happened To All That Enthusiasm for ‘Clean Coal’? 15th November huffington post

SHEPPARD, K. (2014) World’s Biggest Coal Company, World’s Biggest PR Firm Pair Up to Promote Coal for Poor People DATE?

SPROSS, J. (2014) California regulators decide utilities can’t charge solar-killing fees Climate Progress 17th April 2014

TURNER, C. (2011) Coal cares brings biting satire to clean energy debate. 11Th May 2011

VALENTINE, K (2014) Murray Energy is Suing the EPA over the so-called “War on Coal” 25th March 2014 Climate Progress

VOLCOVICI, V. (2014) U.S. EPA defends enforcement plan to focus on biggest polluters 10th April 2014 Reuters

WIREBACK, T. (2014) Coal ash issue took years to reach breaking point 6th April 2014

ZEGART, D. 2014 Want to Stop Climate Change? Take the Fossil Fuel Industry to Court The Nation 21 April, accessed 26th April 2014

Books to get (from Store collection at U of Mcr)
Energy and climate / Geophysics Study Committee, Geophysics Research Board, Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences, National Research Council.
National Research Council. Geophysics Study Committee.
Washington : National Academy of Sciences 1977
Available at Store (Main Library) Store (551.56 N15 )

Guccione, Eugene – Sept 1975

The New Breed of Environmentalists
Author Guccione, Eugene
Society / Organization AIME
Summary / Abstract Upholding individual rights-and abhorring power politics-a newly formed group of young professionals is developing private nongovernmental solutions to environmental problems.
Format PDF
File Size 251.0k
Specifications v 7.0 / 300 dpi
Copyright Date 1/1/76
Publication Date 1/4/76
Digitization Date 4/17/08
Book Title Mining Engineering 1976 Vol XXVIII
Chapter April 1976 – The New Breed of Environmentalists
Pages 3

The need for systems research on global climate change
Volume 5, Issue 3, September 1988, Pages: 225–240, Fred B. Wood Jr

Australian Journal of Environmental Management Volume 1, Issue 2, 1994

Attitudes of Australians Towards the Environment: 1975 to 1994

This article presents an overview of community attitudes in Australia towards the environment, covering the period 1975 to 1994, based on the evidence of a range of surveys. Results of opinion polls which rank environment with other issues are presented, and indicate that the environment has maintained its importance. One-off surveys of community environmental attitudes are examined in respect of the community’s ranking of the environment compared with other objectives, particularly economic development. These indicate a strong pro-environmental preference of the Australian community. The dominant environmental concerns are pollution and waste, followed by loss of biodiversity; natural resource issues such as land degradation; urban issues; and finally, the global topics of ozone depletion and population. Conclusions presented cover the need for continuous monitoring of community attitudes, and the value of such surveys in showing governments and business that the Australian community does care about the environment.

Lobby Groups and Front Groups: Industry Tactics in the Climate Change Debate
By Hodder, Patrick
Melbourne Journal of Politics , Vol. 34 , Annual 2009 [Actually, I’ve got his thesis, submitted after this…]

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