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Renewed Pressure On Australia From Pacific Islanders For Climate Action

Australia can’t bury its head in the sand while its Pacific Island neighbours are already living the impacts of climate damage.

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This Indigenous-Led Organisation Is Preventing Future Fires With Traditional Knowledge

Firesticks is an Indigenous-led organisation helping fire-affected communities to heal, recover and re-invigorate the use of cultural burning by facilitating cultural learning pathways to fire and land management.

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Message In A Bottle: What Happens To Plastic Litter?

Ever wondered where litter ends up? This clever experiment is tracking plastic to show the impact of litter.

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You Can't Talk Coal Without Talking Climate Change

The Galilee Basin’s coal will “improve air quality and lower greenhouse gases” is the latest claim in support of a giant coal mine planned for Queensland, Australia. It seems unfathomable that in 2017 lines where politicians are spruiking that coal is “good for the environment” are still gaining airtime.

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Australia is blowing it's carbon budget, but here's what you can do

If Australia continues to emit the same amount of pollution as it has for the past year, then it is projected to spend the entire carbon budget by 2031.

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​Bob Brown vows to sit in the way of bulldozers to stop coal mine

This former Greens leader is willing to put himself on the line to prevent Carmichael

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A Marine Heatwave Has Wiped Out A Swathe Of WA’s Undersea Kelp Forest

The 2011 heatwave hit kelp forests hard along a long stretch of WA coast.

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Respecting Indigenous and Traditional Knowledge

The indigenous people of the world possess an immense traditional knowledge of their environments, passed on from generation to generation and are key in creating sustainable solutions to development challenges, such as those we are facing due to climate change.​​

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​Youth Vote: What do our young people care about?

18 to 24-year-olds have the worst number of voter enrolments in our country, so how can we engage them?