Placing global change on the Australian agendaRead More Garnaut reconciles economic growth and conservation
Ken Harvey gives helpful overview of current debateRead More Pharma payments to doctors stay behind closed doors … for now
Confusion on how consumers should pay for electricity networkRead More More solar, less power demand, higher prices: does it add up?
Matt Travers* of Service Rage discusses the power of complaining in public using social mediaRead More Why It Pays to Make a Fuss in Public
John Henry points out flaws in carbon footprints, water footprints etcRead More Does product environmental foot-printing help? Mostly ‘no’.
Complaints raised on Souvenaid’s “medical food” marketing claimsRead More Regulation of food-medicine products fail to protect consumers
Energy retailers should focus on more than competition: Consumer ActionRead More AGL fails to address key consumer concerns
Gill Owen considers different ways to reduce energy usageRead More Beating the peak without punishing the poor
John Furbank wonders how much we get for our moneyRead More How many Standard Drinks did you consume last week?
Mark Diesendorf writes to debunk myths surrounding baseload powerRead More Baseload power is a myth: even intermittent renewables will work
Medibank sees only costs passed to consumers – but economists see benefitsRead More Do comparison sites work for consumers?
The “right” music typically increases sales by between 10% and 20%Read More The tills are alive with the sound of Muzak