Climate change is not just the responsibility of clueless politcians, it’s ours too. Here are five quick ways you can enable meaningful change.
Those who do not accept the findings of climate science often label themselves as sceptics. However, within that community, numerous sub-species exist. Naming them correctly is important.
According to a new paper, the point when our climate will forever be ruined is only a handful of decades away. Great.
Those supporting the Adani mine have pointed at the jobs it will create. However, the exact figure depends on who you ask.
As the climate changes, the land that people live on will be untenable. These people will represent a new kind of refugee.
Around 85% of our population lives in coastal areas, areas that are now under risk due to our changing climate. Labor has pledged to do something about it.
While we’ve long known of the ‘greenhouse’ effect, we know very little of the woman who authored the term.
The debate swirling around the issue of climate change has been high on nonsense, low on objective fact. We do have options, and making Labor the climate boogieman solves nothing.
A part of the generation that will see the effects of climate change, I’m wondering how one can blithely stroll through life knowing that it may soon end.
Whether we like it or not, we’re teetering on the edge of ecological destruction. Ignoring warnings about climate change got us to this point – we have a responsibility to ensure tomorrow happens.
As part of The Big Smoke’s Next Gen program, Cara Barnard (11) shares her concerns of the future, and what she’d say to the Prime Minister of the present.
What a week it was. Christchurch suffered Australian-grown terrorism, our children marched to make us see the obvious and one homeless teen beat the odds.
Today, kids around the world are protesting climate change. They’ve had to endure rising levels of tone-deaf criticism from the so-called adults.
Only immediate climate action can save the future. If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilisations and the extinction of much of the natural world is over the horizon.
The historic fires of 2009 might have shocked a nation, but considering the changing climate of this planet, we’re set to see far worse.
Yesterday, more school-age children met the government to protest climate change. Disappointingly, no existing laws protect them.
Our government might not believe it is a problem, but the findings of the Fourth National Climate Assessment clearly illustrates why we need to act now on climate change.
Our school kids skipping school to protest the Government’s inaction should be an example to follow. In fact, compared to the people who govern us, they seem like the adults
Current affairs this week: escalation in the Crimean peninsula, a racially motivated schoolyard assault, student protest against government climate change inaction, and further erosion for the Libs.
According to numerous studies, we’re not producing enough healthy food, and indeed, we’ll soon run out of it. The cockroach sandwich creeps ever closer…
Trouble in Canberra is afternoon as a presser to deny climate change was cancelled due to an unexpected change in the weather.
This week, the Coalition announced that they will not be pursuing a renewable energy target beyond 2020. This flies in the face of both logic and the realities we face.