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Climate Change is a Feminist Issue. Here Are Women’s Climate Movements To Follow

Women are on the frontlines of the climate crisis. We’re leading the fight for a better planet from climate strikes to policy and we’re also disproportionately impacted by the consequences of a warming planet.

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Want To Make The Switch? Here’s A List Of Banks That Don’t Invest In Fossil Fuels!

We’ve put together a list below to help you understand which banks are contributing to the problem and which banks are striving for a “green” way forward.

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Vegetable (Leftover) Rice Patties

Whether you have a container of leftover rice, or a miscellany of leftover vegetables, be conscious of not letting them sit in the back of your fridge. Here's a great recipe for your leftover rice and vegetables.

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​Vegetarian Curry Fried Rice Recipe

This recipe is easy, but completely changeable depending on what is in your fridge.

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Four Ways To Use Leftover Rice

Rather than letting leftover rice go to waste, here are four delicious ways to use it.

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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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Mark Ruffalo, Noam Chomsky and Sir David Attenborough Join Forces for Climate Change Documentary

​This has been a film 15 years in the making, but there has never been a more important time to release it.

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Australia has it’s own Dakota pipeline story, and it’s happening right now

Northern Territory Traditional Owners, whose land is being targeted for the proposed gas pipeline, walked out of a joint Central and Northern Land Council meeting.

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New study shows oceans absorb 93% of the earth's extra heat

new study in the journal Nature Climate Change, in a paper entitled "Unabated planetary warming and its ocean structure since 2006", assessed data from about 3500 Argo buoys from 2006-13 to exhibit the warming temperatures at about 0.0005 degrees a year, down to a depth of 500 metres and 0.002 ...