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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
Guardian Australia analysis reveals the frightening amount of world heritage area burned in Australia’s ongoing fire crisis
The Guardian · 18 Jan
We're at a pivotal point in efforts to tackle climate change, the naturalist and broadcaster warns.
BBC News · 18 Jan
Smoke from huge fires is expected to travel back to Australia after circling the globe, Nasa says.
BBC News · 16 Jan
Critics see a concerted effort to shift blame, protect conservative leaders and divert attention from climate change.
The New York Times · 9 Jan
Some key facts about the size, intensity and devastating impact of the fires.
World Economic Forum · 9 Jan
Donald Trump Jr was among those who retweeted misleading figures published by News Corp
The Guardian · 9 Jan
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
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
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
"Corruption and capitalism has killed our rivers." Bruce Shillingsworth calls for Australia to wake up, and stop profiting on water.
Facebook · 7 Jan
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
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
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
A sobering reminder of the megafire's far-reaching effects.
Mashable · 5 Jan
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
If powerful enough, a pyrocumulonimbus storm can generate a fire tornado, which happened during the Canberra bushfires in 2003.
World Economic Forum · 5 Jan
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’
The Guardian · 7 Dec 2019
Bureau forecasts heatwave while fire authorities say dozens of fires will burn across Australia for weeks
The Guardian · 7 Dec 2019
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