The first in this three-part series looks at the cost of nuclear power and how vendors minimise their financial risk by maximising profits through power purchase agreements with governments.
The ever-increasing capitalist onslaught on protected environments will be stopped only if we fundamentally change the way we conceptualise their value and purpose.
The government’s recent budget cuts have shown that it prioritises the punted nuclear build over connecting thousands of residents in impoverished communities to the electricity grid.
Taxpayers’ money recklessly wasted due to indifference, lack of planning and failed governance model
Mineral Sands Resources pursues defamation cases seemingly to intimidate individuals into silence
Before Covid-19 the mortality rate among former miners in SA was 20% higher than in the general population
We all need to participate in imagining how we mesh together, not just the economists
The political problem of illicit financial flows