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Degrowing Our Economy Is A Necessary Climate Solution

The economy is a man-made construct. It can be changed. The laws of nature, however, cannot.

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Have you ever thought about whether or not your insurance provider aligns with your values?

​We asked our community what they think when it comes to insurance and climate change!

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Wind turbines off the coast could help Australia become an energy superpower, research finds

​Offshore wind farms are an increasingly common sight overseas. But Australia has neglected the technology, despite the ample wind gusts buffeting much of our coastline.

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Not declaring the Great Barrier Reef as ‘in danger’ only postpones the inevitable

​After much anticipation, the World Heritage Committee on Friday decided against listing the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger".

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5 Movies to Watch to Connect With Nature

There's something for everyone, but the Best Supporting Actress in all of these movies is Mother Nature!

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Tree-Planting Programs: Here’s Why We Need To Grow Trees, Not Just Plant Them!

Donating your time or money to tree-planting initiatives can be a rewarding way to tackle climate change, but here are some things to understand and research before you go barking up the wrong tree!

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Natalie Isaacs Explores Why We Need To Reduce Our Household Food Waste And Why It’s A Climate Change Issue!

The week before lockdown in Sydney, I was lucky to be able to travel to Port Macquarie to have a hugely important conversation, about food waste's impact on climate change, with 100 wonderful women.

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What Does Intersectional Environmentalism Mean And What Can We Do To Make Sure The Future Is Intersectional?

Ultimately our environmentalism must be intersectional to advocate fully for people and the planet.

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Is Australia really doing enough for the Great Barrier Reef? Why criticisms of UNESCO’s ‘in danger’ recommendation don’t stack up

So let's look at Australia's reaction so far, and why criticisms of UNESCO's draft decision don't stack up.