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The Snowy Mountains Scheme was a Source of Australian National Pride. Now Snowy 2.0. Snow Job.

By Rex Patrick: Michael West Media Malcolm Turnbull’s Snowy Hydro 2.0 project was touted as $2 billion bargain in 2017. It now shapes as a $10 billion abominable snowman. Peering through a Kosciusko/Canberra snow storm of FOI brush-offs, Rex Patrick asks what… Continue Reading →

NSW has approved Snowy Mountains Hydro 2.0. Six Reasons why that’s a Bad Move

By Bruce Mountain, Victoria University and Mark Lintermans, University of Canberra The controversial Snowy 2.0 project has mounted a major hurdle after the New South Wales government announced approval for its main works. The pumped hydro venture in southern NSW… Continue Reading →

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