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World

World

Grizzly Bear Family Photographed Starved, Searching For Food That's Not There

2 min read

Photos of an emaciated mother bear and her two cubs desperately searching for food has sparked dire concern for the effect of climate change on Canada's wildlife.

Jim Mitchell

Jim Mitchell

I'm Sick Of Being Told I'm Ruining The Planet

5 min read

If you’re expecting a frothy dig at Greta Thunberg, I’m sorry to disappoint you.

Katie Horneshaw

Katie Horneshaw

We Can't Wait For Our Leaders To Grow A Conscience. The Time For Climate Rage Is Now.

8 min read

Yesterday, teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg stood in front of a room of powerful adults at the UN climate Summit and unleashed upon them a stream of righteous fury.

World

World

Planet In Jeopardy: International Row Erupts As The Amazon Burns To The Ground

4 min read

As the world's largest rainforest burns at a record rate, a vicious international row has erupted with Brazil refusing international help.

World

World

'Day Turned Into Night': The Amazon Rainforest Is Burning At Record Rates

3 min read

One a winter's afternoon, a Brazilian city was plunged into darkness. 

Nicola Heath

Nicola Heath

Prince Harry Is Right: No One Should Have More Than Two Kids

4 min read

If there’s one thing people hate, it’s to be told how many children they should have -– even if it’s by someone as affably popular as Prince Harry.

Science

Science

This Ominous Memorial Mourns The First Glacier Lost To Climate Change

2 min read

An ominous warning to the future has been erected in Iceland, after the world's first glacier was lost to climate change.

Brekky Wrap

Brekky Wrap

Nun Faces Court, Accused Of Helping Priests Rape Deaf Children

3 min read

All the news you need to know this Wednesday.

Kristen Lyons

Kristen Lyons

Is A Failure To Act On Climate Change A Violation Of Human Rights?

6 min read

Climate change threatens Australia in many different ways, and can devastate rural and urban communities alike.

Science

Science

Earth Just Recorded Its Highest Carbon Level In 3 Million Years

3 min read

A research station that has been sitting on a volcano since the 1950s just recorded the highest concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere in more than 3 million years -- long before modern humans even existed.

National

National

Australians Think Climate Change A More Critical Threat Than Terrorism

2 min read

Australians now rank climate change as their top-ranked threat to the nation, a new report has found.

News

News

We're Witnessing A Mass Global Extinction of Animals -- And Australia Needs To Act Now

4 min read

One million species are threatened with extinction and nature is declining at an unprecedented rate as a result of human activities, according to a new UN report.

News

News

'Tragedy Porn': Claims Graphic Scenes In New Netflix Doco Are A Lie

2 min read

Viewers around the world have been left distraught by a scene in David Attenborough's new Netflix series, Our Planet, which shows walruses plunging from rocky cliff edges.

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News

An Ice Shelf Twice The Size Of NYC Is About To Break Off Antarctica

1 min read

Two cracks on Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf will meet any day now, breaking away a chunk of ice more twice the size of New York City.

News

News

Extreme Weather Affected 62-Million People Last Year

1 min read

A new report has found that 62-million people were hit by extreme weather, with 2-million displaced.

Antonio Matimbe

Antonio Matimbe

While Rich Countries Do Nothing, Those Who Lose Everything Barely Understand Why

4 min read

I am Mozambican and an aid agency communicator, and responding to Cyclone Idai is just the latest humanitarian crisis I have been involved in -- Mozambique has a history of being affected by huge storms.

James Norman

James Norman

We Have Failed Aussie School Kids And Today They Will Teach Us A Lesson

6 min read

I've worked in the environment movement for more than two decades.

Views

Views

Here's How We Get Serious About Transitioning Away From Coal

5 min read

The scientific consensus is clear: climate change is happening, making extreme climate events like heatwaves, bushfires, droughts, floods and severe storms regular occurrences.

National

National

Incredible Breakthrough That Could Turn Back Climate Change

2 min read

Australian scientists have turned carbon dioxide back into coal, in what is being touted as a possible rewind of the emissions clock.

World

World

Does America's Extreme Cold Mean That Climate Change Is A Myth?

5 min read

According to climate sceptics, record cold temperatures and snowfall are proof that global warming isn't real. The sceptics are wrong.

Richie Merzian

Richie Merzian

Australia Just Marked Its Third Hottest Year Ever, And ScoMo Is Making It Worse

5 min read

It’s getting hot in here.

National

National

Air Conditioners Are Heating Up Our Planet

3 min read

They're seen as a life-saver in most Aussie homes over summer, but the long-term effects of air conditioners on the planet may not be worth the quick reprieve from a heatwave.

Richie Merzian

Richie Merzian

When It Comes To Coal, Australia Is Showing The World We're Going 'Back To Black'

6 min read

In the Polish city of Katowice, towers of coal run alongside the UN Climate Conference (COP24) centre.

National

National

'Mother Nature Needs Her Daughters,' So They Plan To Solve Climate Change

4 min read

In less than three weeks, an all-female global team of 80 scientists will be heading down to Antarctica to try and solve the biggest crisis facing our planet: climate change.

Simon Bradshaw

Simon Bradshaw

Our Reliance On Coal Is Entrenching Poverty Around The World

4 min read

Make no mistake -- the decisions we make today will profoundly impact the lives of communities here and abroad far into the future.

World

World

California Fires Could Be The 'New Abnormal' If Climate Change Continues

2 min read

A leading climate scientist says a worrying pattern helped light the match for the devastating California fires.

News

News

Queensland Alone Has Cleared Half The Country's Native Forests

1 min read

In just four years, an area seven-times the size of Brisbane has been cleared.