In a study that reaches back to 2002, those who protect the environment are being killed at a staggering pace. Only 10% of these killings result in a conviction.
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.
Only immediate climate action can save the future. But, alongside future-proofing our climate, we need to do the same to our economy. Only then will we move.
Greenpeace has written Boris an angry letter, climate protestors have thrown themselves in front of his car to find out, yet no-one knows what he thinks of the environment. His track record is…puzzling.
Our climate apocalypse, kids in cages, Boris Johnson steering Brexit. Many people are wondering what we did to deserve such a bleak set of circumstances. Well, let me tell you.
Clearly, we’re careening toward our climate apocalypse, but yet we still do not care. I believe the language around the matter, matters. We don’t want facts, we want stories.
Climate change is not just the responsibility of clueless politcians, it’s ours too. Here are five quick ways you can enable meaningful change.
The on-trend concept of ‘zero waste’ seems meaningful, but it is consumerist to the core – we’re selling each other more in order to use less.
Those supporting the Adani mine have pointed at the jobs it will create. However, the exact figure depends on who you ask.
We might have missed it, but the quiet approval of Western Australia’s new uranium mine should be a topic of serious discussion. There’s more at risk than potential profits.
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.
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.
The days of dangerous mine work seems to be a relic of a bygone era. However, new cases of a long-dead disease raises a series of difficult questions.
The official line is that the Murray-Darling River fish kill was due to drought. That river system should not dry out, even in the most extreme circumstances.
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.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an easy victim for our criticism. However, CO2 has existed for billions of years, and it serves an important function.
In a rather bold move, scientists in the arctic circle are looking to bring back a species that we pushed to extinction.
Our new Energy Minister is the man behind the NEG’s collapse, and a firm denier of climate change. There might be new faces at the top, but the message remains the same.
Cec Poole, an inveterate writer of letters to the Editor, reacts to the latest dire warnings on climate change and ponders what he can do to save the world because politicians don’t seem to be up to it.
Forget Coles’ backflip, the plastics we see as a better alternative might not be much of an improvement.
Coles made a stand and buckled at the knee. With their bag ban now dead, we’re worse actually worse off than before.
As it turns out, a Somali jihadist group has more of a problem with plastic bags than Tony Abbott does. He surely can’t stand for that.