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Locals who have endured months of mice and rats getting into their houses, stores and cars are praying heavy rain will help wipe them outWarning: g...
The Guardian · 21 Mar
Tens of thousands turned out in Australia, Britain, France, Germany and other nations in support of U.S. protests against the death of George Floyd...
The New York Times · 7 Jun 2020
Surgisphere, whose employees appear to include a sci-fi writer and adult content model, provided database behind Lancet and New England Journal of ...
The Guardian · 4 Jun 2020
Mining company was given permission to blast Juukan Gorge cave, which provided a 4,000-year-old genetic link to present-day traditional owners
The Guardian · 28 May 2020
As British death toll becomes the worst in Europe, criticism of the UK approach is being voiced around the globe
The Telegraph · 10 May 2020
Fablabs, makerspaces, emerging global knowledge commons... These are but some of the outcomes of a growing movement that champions globally-sourced...
ouishare.net · 29 Mar 2020
Australia‘s wildfires have revealed an ancient aquaculture system built by indigenous people which is thought to predate the time of the Pyramids o...
The Independent · 20 Jan 2020
Guardian Australia analysis reveals the frightening amount of world heritage area burned in Australia’s ongoing fire crisis
The Guardian · 18 Jan 2020
We're at a pivotal point in efforts to tackle climate change, the naturalist and broadcaster warns.
BBC News · 18 Jan 2020
Smoke from huge fires is expected to travel back to Australia after circling the globe, Nasa says.
BBC News · 16 Jan 2020
Critics see a concerted effort to shift blame, protect conservative leaders and divert attention from climate change.
The New York Times · 9 Jan 2020
Some key facts about the size, intensity and devastating impact of the fires.
World Economic Forum · 9 Jan 2020
Donald Trump Jr was among those who retweeted misleading figures published by News Corp
The Guardian · 9 Jan 2020
The catastrophic bushfires raging across much of Australia have not only taken a huge human and economic toll, but also delivered heavy blows to bi...
phys.org · 8 Jan 2020
The Australia wildfires are a countrywide catastrophe, mainly caused by drought and extreme heat, but dozens of people are directly to blame for so...
CNN · 8 Jan 2020
The horrendous wildfires that have been raging in Australia since September have now become some intense that smoke has reached South America, some...
indy100 · 7 Jan 2020
"Corruption and capitalism has killed our rivers." Bruce Shillingsworth calls for Australia to wake up, and stop profiting on water.
Facebook · 7 Jan 2020
On average, Australians are willing to chip in an extra $200 a year to prevent climate change. It turns out that money could go a long way.
ABC News · 6 Jan 2020
How the Current System Works The Questions to Ask Custodians of Planet Earth Resources for Waking Up The heartbreak, outrage and fear of the future...
Live Learn Evolve · 6 Jan 2020
New Zealanders are phoning emergency services to report a glowing orange sky as smoke drifts across the Tasman Sea from Australia’s bushfires.
PerthNow · 5 Jan 2020
A sobering reminder of the megafire's far-reaching effects.
Mashable · 5 Jan 2020
Bushfires ravaging Australia have now killed at least 17 people and created a plume of smoke thought to be present over an area greater than that o...
The Independent · 5 Jan 2020
If powerful enough, a pyrocumulonimbus storm can generate a fire tornado, which happened during the Canberra bushfires in 2003.
World Economic Forum · 5 Jan 2020
Thieves stole roughly 80,000 gallons of water in a region of Australia that’s suffering from one of the worst droughts in the history of the countr...
Earther · 20 Dec 2019
The death toll from the unprecedented crisis has reached eight and sparked an apology from the prime minister
The Guardian · 20 Dec 2019
As the big dry bites and temperature records tumble, Aboriginal people in Alice Springs say global heating threatens their culture and very survival
The Guardian · 18 Dec 2019
This is fine.
Mashable · 9 Dec 2019
The scale of the bushfires burning in eastern Australia can be hard to grasp. This interactive map shows the total area burned overlaid on differen...
The Guardian · 9 Dec 2019
CIVICUS Monitor finds that in Asia almost nobody lives in a country where civil rights are not being eroded or repressed
The Guardian · 8 Dec 2019
Climate experts ‘bewildered’ by government ‘burying their heads in the sand’, and say bushfires on Australia’s east coast should be a ‘wake-up call’
Bureau forecasts heatwave while fire authorities say dozens of fires will burn across Australia for weeks
Waste from Australia, Europe and North America is causing health problems and contaminating local food chains in Southeast Asia.
World Economic Forum · 5 Dec 2019
More than 10% of forest in NSW national parks destroyed by fire this season, with the damage to Gondwana rainforest a ‘global tragedy’
The Guardian · 3 Dec 2019
Residents say such storms now occur on a weekly basis, as topsoil from drought-ravaged farms is blown through the town
The Guardian · 23 Nov 2019
Exclusive: Email from government directs attendees at conference on climate adaptation to stay quiet on bushfire-climate link
The Guardian · 13 Nov 2019
The next decade is likely to see higher prices and interest rates and a reversal of globalisation, but also a reduction in inequality and increased...
ABC News · 13 Nov 2019
New South Wales faces an unprecedented fire danger on Tuesday amid high temperatures and strong winds
The Guardian · 11 Nov 2019
Hot and windy weather has created volatile conditions along parts of Australia’s east coast
The Guardian · 8 Nov 2019
Australia's Darling River is running dry, its most severe drought in a century. From inedible fish to tap water causing skin irritations, it's havi...
World Economic Forum · 31 Oct 2019
Air quality in Sydney and surrounds has been classed as ‘hazardous’, as parts of Victoria set to face hottest October day on record
The Guardian · 31 Oct 2019
Scientists shocked by data showing loss of hard corals at 100 locations across Whitsundays, Magnetic Island, Keppel Islands and Palm Islands
The Guardian · 25 Oct 2019
Some towns have already run completely dry.
World Economic Forum · 2 Oct 2019
WaterNSW warns without significant rain, Macquarie River will run dry, wiping out supply to Dubbo, Cobar, Nyngan and Narromine
The Guardian · 16 Sep 2019
Palaszczuk government did not announce decision Wangan and Jagalingou people say makes them trespassers on their own land
The Guardian · 3 Sep 2019
"A high-end 2050 scenario finds a world in social breakdown and outright chaos. But a short window of opportunity exists for an emergency, global m...
EcoWatch · 5 Jun 2019