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why dingoes should be considered native to mainland australia – even though humans introduced them

Why dingoes should be considered native to mainland Australia – even though humans introduced...

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  Image: Shutterstock Dingoes are often demonised as a danger to livestock, while many consider them a natural and essential part of the environment. But is our most controversial wild species actually native to Australia? Dingoes were brought...
labor’s 2030 climate target betters the morrison government, but australia must go much further, much faster

Labor’s 2030 climate target betters the Morrison government, but Australia must go much further,...

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  Image: Lucas Coch/AAP The Labor opposition has pledged to reduce Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions by 43% this decade based on 2005 levels, claiming the plan will create jobs, cut power bills, boost renewables and...
australia’s biggest fossil fuel investment for a decade is in the works – and its greenhouse gas emissions will be horrifying

Australia’s biggest fossil fuel investment for a decade is in the works – and...

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  Image: Shutterstock The controversial Scarborough gas project off Western Australia will cause a substantial rise in greenhouse gas emissions at a time when the world must rapidly decarbonise, new analysis released today shows. The A$16...
trust opens up new opportunities for action on invasive species

Trust opens up new opportunities for action on invasive species

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Her Excellency Mrs Linda Hurley launched a new philanthropic trust this week that will strengthen efforts to protect Australia's native plants and animals, and agricultural landscapes from the spread of invasive pests and weeds. "As...
more than 200 australian birds are now threatened with extinction – and climate change is the biggest danger

More than 200 Australian birds are now threatened with extinction – and climate change...

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  Image: Shutterstock Up to 216 Australian birds are now threatened – compared with 195 a decade ago – and climate change is now the main driver pushing threatened birds closer to extinction, landmark new...
australia’s black summer of fire was not normal – and we can prove it

Australia’s Black Summer of fire was not normal – and we can prove it

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  Image: Dan Himbrechts, AAP The Black Summer forest fires of 2019–2020 burned more than 24 million hectares, directly causing 33 deaths and almost 450 more from smoke inhalation. But were these fires unprecedented? You might remember sceptics questioning...

Australia’s native wildlife in grip of unprecedented attack

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AUSTRALIA'S NATIVE WILDLIFE IN GRIP OF UNPRECEDENTED ATTACK Australia is in the grip of an unprecedented alien attack on its native wildlife and environment, with experts warning more of our unique flora and fauna is...
the embarrassingly easy, tax-free way for australia to cut the cost of electric cars

The embarrassingly easy, tax-free way for Australia to cut the cost of electric cars

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  Image: STRMX/AP Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he wants to keep prices down. Without his party in power, “you’re going to see petrol prices go up, you’re going to see electricity prices go up”. There’s something practical...
where to find courage and defiant hope when our fragile, dewdrop world seems beyond saving

Where to find courage and defiant hope when our fragile, dewdrop world seems beyond...

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  Image: Marc Pell/Unsplash The COP26 climate conference in Glasgow is over. Despite some progress, deep concerns remain about the outcomes. The final pact at least mentions the importance of exiting coal and the door remains open...
are you kidding, india? your last-minute glasgow intervention won’t relieve pressure to ditch coal

Are you kidding, India? Your last-minute Glasgow intervention won’t relieve pressure to ditch coal

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  Image: AP As the United Nations climate summit opened in Glasgow, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a surprise positive announcement: a big net-zero target. The world cheered at the planet’s third-largest greenhouse gas emitter getting...