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What is COP And Why Is It So Important?

COP is one of the big meetings where governments coordinate global climate action. It is also core to making sure the Paris Agreement is implemented.

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Zero Waste Bulk Grocery Stores From Around The World Adapting To COVID-19

Although the zero-waste, conservation and environmental movements have been greatly affected by COVID19, the cause isn’t hopeless and we have a chance to come out of this looking towards a more resourceful and sustainable future.

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Mr Morrison, Please Don't Make Empty Promises: Enshrine Our Climate Targets In Law

Well designed, binding climate laws do effectively tackle the climate crisis. Anything less may well turn out be an empty promise.

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'You Never Know If You Will Be Treated Properly And With Respect': Voices Of LGBTIQA+ People Who Lived Through Disasters

When disaster strikes, not everyone is affected the same way. A growing body of research shows the experiences of sexually and gender diverse people are frequently very different to those of heterosexual people.

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This Clever Social Enterprise Is Solving The Fashion Waste Dilemma While Supporting Charities

Australian based, Worn for Good came to my attention this week because of the clever way this not-for-profit marries social and environmental solutions.

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How To Tell Which Sunscreen Is Reef Safe (And Which Isn't)

Up to 14,000 tons of sunscreen is estimated to wash into coral reefs around the globe each year. And most of this is concentrated in areas with high tourism and gentle currents.

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Lifting The Taboo: How Two High School Students Set Up A Company To Tackle Period Poverty

Worldwide, up to 500 million women and girls live in period poverty.

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We Are The 1%: The Wealth Of Many Australians Puts Them In An Elite Club Wrecking The Planet

But you might be surprised to find this 1% doesn’t just comprise the super-rich. It may include you, or people you know. And this fact has big implications for social justice and planetary survival.

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Biden’s Senate Majority Doesn’t Just Super-Charge US Climate Action, It Blazes A Trail For Australia

An aggressive US climate policy rollout could provide a much needed dose of reality to the climate discourse in Canberra. It may also prompt Australia’s major parties to acknowledge the inevitability of a transition to a zero carbon economy.