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The end of coal is coming 3 times faster than expected. Governments must accept it and urgently support a ‘just transition’

Coal is likely to be completely gone from Victoria’s electricity system by 2032 with most other parts of Australia not far behind, a report from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) declared last week.

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How to be a conscious pet owner

It’s a tough bone to chew, but our perfect pups have a pretty significant carbon pawprint. Here's how you can love your pet and the planet!

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Making the tobacco industry pay for cigarette litter could stop 4.5 billion butts polluting the Australian environment

Cigarette butts with filters are the most commonly littered item worldwide, with a staggering 4.5 trillion of them tossed into the environment each year.

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Planet Savers: What 3.3% of our Forests are Doing to Save Earth

We have spoken about the importance of ending deforestation before but what exactly are our forests currently doing for the planet to fight the climate crisis? Turns out… a whole lot.

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The ocean is our greatest climate regulator. It must be a stronger part of climate policy and action

The ocean is one of the Earth’s greatest climate regulators. It absorbs almost a third of emitted carbon dioxide and more than 90% of excess heat. But the latest scientific report from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) revealed the ocean may be nearing a tipping point.

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Defining Artivism: Our chat with Sofia Hadjisof from Terra Movement

​How does art come into play in the climate crisis? Can we change the road we are on in climate change? We had a chat with Sofia Hadjisof, about her 'Artivism' movement and how artists can get involved in the fight against climate change.

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Coral reefs of the world are sending us a sign and it's not too late to listen

In recent decades, the vibrancy of the Great Barrier Reef, and many other coastal reefs around the world, has been dulled by a phenomenon known as coral bleaching, where coral loses its bright colours and turns white. This is how it occurs.

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5 big ideas: how Australia can tackle climate change while restoring nature, culture and communities

we already have solutions based in restoring nature and Country. In fact, nature-based solutions can deliver one third of promised global cuts in emissions.

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5 Inspiring Podcasts to Listen to When You’re Feeling Climate Change Anxiety

Have you found yourself sitting on the train on your way to work and you’ve been doom scrolling the entire trip? Or maybe you’re at the gym and you’ve been listening to the same playlist on repeat for the past couple of weeks. How about we change the repetition with ...