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Sponges can survive low oxygen and warming waters. They could be the main reef organisms in the future

Sponges are ancient marine animals, very common throughout the world’s oceans and seem less affected by ocean warming and acidification.


How seed saving benefits you, your community, and the planet!

While we’ve all heard about the benefits of growing your own food, seed saving is a lesser known practice that has the power to revolutionise your garden's potential!


3 local solutions to replace coal jobs and ensure a just transition for mining communities

As the world shifts to renewable energy, helping the communities that have depended on fossil fuels for jobs is becoming ever more pressing.


Up on a roof: why New Zealand’s move towards greater urban density should see a rooftop revolution

Are we ready for a rooftop revolution? Humans have made use of roof spaces since the invention of housing. With the growth of cities and the increasingly difficult access to space, maybe the answer has been on the roof all along.


Experience the spectacular sounds of a Murrumbidgee wetland erupting with life as water returns

In spring of 2020, an environmental flow of about 16,000 million litres rolled into Nap Nap swamp in the Lowbidgee floodplain after a brief dry spell. The frogs began calling as the water returned. But don’t take our word for it - listen for yourself!


Bike kitchens: the community-run repair workshops that help build a culture of cycling

To increase cycling, we need more than extra cycling infrastructure; we need a culture change. A worldwide movement of community bike workshops, also known as bike kitchens, can help.


How to keep our fruit fresh and out of the bin

Simple tips to buying & storing your food to make it last longer, and make sure it doesn't go to waste


Farmers shouldn’t have to compete with solar companies for land. We need better policies so everyone can benefit

Farmers shouldn’t have to compete with solar companies for land. We need better policies so everyone can benefit


Learn About Indigenous Cultures On Your Holidays This Year

There is no time like the end of year holiday, when we've really slowed down for the year, to learn more deeply about the Country we live on.