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Who’s who in Glasgow: 5 countries that could make or break the planet’s future under climate change

The climate talks in Glasgow are just days away, and may be the last chance to coordinate global efforts to stop the planet warming beyond 1.5℃ this century. So which countries hold the cards?

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Indigenous knowledge and the persistence of the ‘wilderness’ myth

Aboriginal people in Australia view wilderness, or what is called “wild country”, as sick land that’s been neglected and not cared for. This is the opposite of the romantic understanding of wilderness as pristine and healthy – a view which underpins much non-Indigenous conservation effort.

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Rosemary in roundabouts, lemons over the fence: how to go urban foraging safely, respectfully and cleverly

how to go urban foraging safely, respectfully and cleverly

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Want to reduce your food waste at home? Here are the 6 best evidence-based ways to do it

Australian-first research, released today, identified the six most effective behaviours anyone can do to reduce food waste. Combined, these relatively small changes can make a big difference.

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Why Fast Fashion is a Feminist Issue

Why are women the most heavily exploited within the textile industry and how does it connect to 'fast fashion'?

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Smoke from the Black Summer fires created an algal bloom bigger than Australia in the Southern Ocean

Smoke from the Black Summer fires created an algal bloom bigger than Australia in the Southern Ocean

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Climate change is coming for your snacks: why repeated drought threatens dried fruits and veggies

Why repeated drought threatens dried fruits and veggies

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Smart Energy For Switched-On Students Giveaway

Have you heard about the ‘Smart Energy for Switched-On Students’ giveaway?

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3 ways community gardens often exclude migrants and refugees — and how to turn this around

When community gardens are socially inclusive, everyone benefits.