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If We Could Design JobKeeper Within Weeks, We Can Exit Coal By 2030. Here's How To Do It

While the pandemic will pass, one way or another, the problem of global heating, and its many consequences, is going to be with us for the rest of our lives, and those of our children and grandchildren.

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These Young Queenslanders Are Taking On Clive Palmer's Coal Company And Making History For Human Rights

In a landmark case, 25 young people aged 13 to 30 are mounting a legal challenge to the massive, Clive Palmer-owned Galilee Basin coal project.

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Help Australia In The Long Term: Tell Siemens To Stop The Adani Coal Mine

Stopping Adani is a global fight that needs everyone’s voices. We’ve been able to delay the building of this coal mine again and again and we’ve never given up.

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Coal Mines Can Be Closed Without Destroying Livelihoods – Here’s How

Moving away from fossil fuels such as coal is central to achieving emissions targets and it doesn’t have to create huge social unrest.

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1MW Founder Natalie Isaacs On Switching To A Fossil Fuel Free Bank

Nat tells us why it's so important to take this one action, and talks about her experience doing it.

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Inside Liddell: Our Visit To A Coal Fired Power Station

We saw first hand what goes into keeping a coal fired power station running, and why time is running out for Liddell.

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3 Ways You’re Indirectly Supporting The Fossil Fuel Industry (And How To Stop)

Did you know that you may be indirectly contributing more than you thought to fossil fuel companies? Here's how to stop it.

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People Power: What We Can All Learn From Standing Rock

The Army Corps of Engineers has denied a permit to drill underneath North Dakota's Lake Oahe, halting construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline. Here is what we've learnt from the victory.

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Should The Fossil Fuel Industry Have A Seat At The Climate Negations Table?

The fossil fuel industry now seems poised for an inevitable burial, hopefully never to be dug up again. After years of unmitigated damage to the environment, relentless protests by climate change activists and civil society organizations from around the world finally seemed to have been afforded the gravitas the situation ...