environment

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Shock reveal on climate change

Older Australians say they will vote for climate change

Shock reveal on climate change

Older Australians say climate change policy will influence their vote.

Do you care about climate change?

Friday Flash Poll: Do you care about climate change?

Do you care about climate change?

Take part in our Friday Flash Poll and let us know your thoughts about climate ...

Places to visit before they vanish

Places to visit before they vanish

Places to visit before they vanish

Some of the world’s most beautiful places won’t be here for long.

Aussies love ‘em big and dirty

dirty exhaust car

Aussies love ‘em big and dirty

Australia is one of the dirtiest countries in the world in this one particular way. ...

An ethical way to make money

An ethical way to make money

An ethical way to make money

Ethics beats traditional investments for superannuation funds.

Repair Cafes – fix it, don’t dump it

Repair Cafés – fix it, don’t dump it

Repair Cafes – fix it, don’t dump it

A great place to meet, mix and learn new skills.

Electric planes are on the way

electric planes

Electric planes are on the way

Low-emission air travel may be here sooner than you think.

Coal or coral: time to decide

Great Barrier Reef has more value than Adani mine: Deloitte

Coal or coral: time to decide

A new report values the Great Barrier Reef more than the Adani mine.

Heavy traffic linked to dementia

Heavy traffic linked to dementia

Heavy traffic linked to dementia

Living near a main road can increase your risk of dementia.

$10m donation to save the planet

Patagonia donates to save the environment

$10m donation to save the planet

Patagonia continues its push to save the environment with huge donation.

A threat to our nation’s security

A threat to our nation’s security

A threat to our nation’s security

Admiral Chris Barrie believes climate change may pose a threat to national security.

Abbott out of touch on renewables

Abbott out of touch on renewables

Abbott out of touch on renewables

An Oxfam report shows that coal is not, in fact, good for humanity.

When Attenborough met Obama

When Attenborough met Obama

When Attenborough met Obama

Two influential men discuss the world’s critical environmental issues.

Why Direct Action won’t work

Why Direct Action won’t work

Why Direct Action won’t work

Australia’s big polluters will set their own emission limits as part of the Direct Action ...

How to become a tree after you die

How to become a tree after you die

How to become a tree after you die

The Bios Urn is fully biodegradable and will transform your ashes into a tree.

Poor ranking heats climate debate

Poor ranking heats climate debate

Poor ranking heats climate debate

Australia is the worst-performing nation when it comes to climate action.

Printable solar panels

Printable solar panels

Printable solar panels

Printable solar panels mean that inexpensive, renewable energy is not far away.

Bob Brown’s optimism

Bob Brown’s optimism

Bob Brown’s optimism

Only optimism can save the planet.

The Coalition breaks key promises

The Coalition breaks key promises

The Coalition breaks key promises

Several key Coalition promises were broken in Tuesday’s budget.

Go green and cancel your phonebook

Go green and cancel your phonebook

Go green and cancel your phonebook

Did you know that one simple phone call could help save the environment?

Speak for the trees

speak for the trees, environment, Planet Ark, National Tree Day

Speak for the trees

Looking for ways to get out and about while helping the environment?

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