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feeling flight shame? try quitting air travel and catch a sail boat

Feeling flight shame? Try quitting air travel and catch a sail boat

Regina Maris, the ship activists will sail to a climate conference in Chile. Sail to the COP If you’ve caught a long haul flight recently, you generated more carbon emissions than a person living in some...
misogyny, male rage and the words men use to describe greta thunberg

Misogyny, male rage and the words men use to describe Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg departs after speaking at the youth climate strike in Battery Park, New York. Peter Foley/EPA Detractors have dismissed Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg - a Nobel Prize nominee - as mentally ill, hysterical and...
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Why would you choose the best SEO reviews company?

For any business whether doing business in large scale or is operating their services in small scale, the most important aspect for all them is to reach out to the customers. With the era...
‘we will never forgive you’: youth is not wasted on the young who fight for climate justice

‘We will never forgive you’: youth is not wasted on the young who fight...

Swedish activist Greta Thunberg joins other children from across the world to present an official human rights complaint on the climate crisis.  Michael Nagle/EPA Last week’s United Nations climate summit may go down in history...
shark nets and culls don’t necessarily make australian beaches safer

Shark nets and culls don’t necessarily make Australian beaches safer

AAP Image/Sea Shepherd Australia Most of the 24 million annual visitors to Queensland don’t notice the series of seemingly innocuous yellow buoys at many popular beaches. Beneath the waves lies a series of baited...

Why are scientists so excited about a recently claimed quantum computing milestone?

Researchers from Google may have demonstrated ‘quantum supremacy’ for the first time, opening pathways to a new era of computation. Google A quantum computer may have solved a problem in minutes that would take the...
australia is the runaway global leader in building new renewable energy

Australia is the runaway global leader in building new renewable energy

Large scale wind farms are driving Australia’s renewable energy generation. AAP Image/Supplied by CWP Renewables In Australia, renewable energy is growing at a per capita rate ten times faster than the world average. Between 2018...
eat your heart out: native water rats have worked out how to safely eat cane toads

Eat your heart out: native water rats have worked out how to safely eat...

Water rats in Western Australia are safely hunting cane toads. Author provided Australia’s water rats, or Rakali, are one of Australia’s beautiful but lesser-known native rodents. And these intelligent, semi-aquatic rats have revealed another...
users (and their bias) are key to fighting fake news on facebook – ai isn’t smart enough yet

Users (and their bias) are key to fighting fake news on Facebook – AI...

On its own, human judgement can be subjective and skewed towards personal biases. The information we encounter online everyday can be misleading, incomplete or fabricated. Being exposed to “fake news” on social media platforms such...
we want to learn about climate change from weather presenters, not politicians

We want to learn about climate change from weather presenters, not politicians

Melbourne’s ABC weather presenter Paul Higgins discussing a trend towards warmer April days. ABC/MCCCRH One of the great paradoxes of climate change communication in Australia is that politicians command the most attention on the issue,...