Many solutions are being promoted for tackling climate change. They range through planting trees to wind power and soil carbon sequestration. Yet one of the most promising is found in the ocean rather than on land. It involves the growing, and sometimes harvesting, of seaweed.
For almost two decades, Amanda McKenzie has been at the forefront of the public debate on climate change. Her life and achievements are a testament to bravery, deep conviction and a search for a meaningful life.
The Murray–Darling Basin in southeastern Australia is a wide catchment that extends across four states and the Australian Capital Territory, covering more than a million square kilometres and representing about one-seventh of Australia’s total land area. Its management is one of Australia’s largest and most complex environmental challenges.
We explore the effect of consumption culture and the future of sustainability to preserve planet earth as we know it.
Is a future without gas possible? As the Australian government expands the country’s gas production, we take a look at the real impacts of this “transition” fuel.
Climate change and rising energy prices are making insulation a key component for sustainable living goals. Here’s how to do it right, according to the experts.
We speak to Australian entrepreneur Katerina Kimmorley about global poverty and climate change and how Australia can become a clean energy superpower.
The Earth’s climate is changing, that much is unarguable. What is often missed in the climate debate however, is that the impact of that change is not felt evenly. In fact, the harsh reality is that those least able to cope with it are those most exposed to the impacts of a changing climate. Environmental justice is about seeing that we all share the climate burden and protect those most in need of protection.
As doubt about climate change has diminished, it has been replaced by panic, anxiety, resignation, fatigue, guilt, outrage and disconnect. This phenomenon has been dubbed “eco-anxiety”, an unease that is particularly prominent among the younger generations and parents of young children. So, how do you and your children cope?
In the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh, sits an island where the effects of climate change are in motion — now. We meet its people.
The urgency of global warming requires a response from us. Here’s what we can all do to save the only planet we have.
Climate change is under way but, more than just slowing the rate of change, it is possible to push the change in a different, more positive direction.
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