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.
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.
Last week, California was set alight, as three destructive wildfires ran out of control. Bitterly, those three were not even the largest fires of 2018, and according to a recent study, we can expect a lot worse.
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.
Long have we feared the effects of climate change, but the visual evidence in the Arctic is hard to ignore the truth – it’s already here.
Lachlan Marr is currently in South East Asia, and while visiting Hoi An he sees a beautiful city beset by two foes: nature and ignorance.
Jordan King Lacroix informs us Aussies being urged to channel bury head in sand over climate change.
The way climate change is handled by the media, in particular shock jocks, has Mike Welsh hearkening back to Wilde and Twain when it comes to talking about the weather.