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4 ways we can change our behaviour to adapt to the climate crisis

4 ways we can change our behaviour to adapt to the climate crisis

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AAP Image/Jason O'Brien Only four months into 2022, and Australians have already watched several climate disasters unfold across the continent, from coral bleaching to devastating floods and bushfires. These are stark reminders of how climate change can wreak havoc on...
how to control invasive rats and mice at home without harming native wildlife

How to control invasive rats and mice at home without harming native wildlife

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Image: Shutterstock As I write this article, a furry blur of a rodent has just scampered across the room and under the couch. It’s autumn in Australia and, as air temperatures plunge outside, rodents start...
multi-coloured plants are suddenly a home decor ‘must-have’. here’s how to keep them alive

Multi-coloured plants are suddenly a home decor ‘must-have’. Here’s how to keep them alive

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Image: Shutterstock Fads and fashion have always influenced the plants we keep. And so it is with variegated plants, which have become very popular with indoor plant enthusiasts these days. Variegated plants possess multiple colours – typically on...
how climate-friendly is an electric car? it all comes down to where you live

How climate-friendly is an electric car? It all comes down to where you live

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Image: Shutterstock If you’re thinking about buying an electric vehicle, whether due to soaring fuel prices or to lower your greenhouse gas emissions, where you live can make a huge difference to how climate-friendly your...
time’s up: why australia has to quit stalling and wean itself off fossil fuels

Time’s up: why Australia has to quit stalling and wean itself off fossil fuels

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Image: Getty If the world acts now, we can avoid the worst outcomes of climate change without any significant effect on standards of living. That’s a key message from the new report from the Intergovernmental...
ipcc finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if it seizes the opportunity

IPCC finds the world has its best chance yet to slash emissions – if...

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Image: Shutterstock The world has its best chance yet to reduce greenhouse gas emissions quickly, but hard and fast cuts are needed across all sectors and nations to hold warming to safe levels, the global...
poor policy and short-sightedness: how the budget treats climate change and energy in the wake of disasters

Poor policy and short-sightedness: how the budget treats climate change and energy in the...

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Image: Shutterstock This year’s federal budget is characterised by an avalanche of immediate handouts in response to cost-of-living pressures, some sound initiatives and deferral of more fundamental decisions. This is precisely reflected in how the budget...
roadside trees stitch the ecosystems of our nation together. here’s why they’re in danger

Roadside trees stitch the ecosystems of our nation together. Here’s why they’re in danger

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Image: Shutterstock You may know of marvellous tree-lined roads that lead into your favourite rural and regional towns. Sometimes they have an arched, church-like canopy, while others have narrow ribbons of remnant vegetation. But have you...
it may not be cute, but here’s why the humble yabby deserves your love

It may not be cute, but here’s why the humble yabby deserves your love

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Image: Cherax destructor; the common yabby. Author provided For children growing up in rural areas, going “yabbying” in farm dams is a rite of passage. The common yabby (Cherax destructor) is the most widely distributed Australian crayfish, inhabiting...
the floods have killed at least 21 australians. adapting to a harsher climate is now a life-or-death matter

The floods have killed at least 21 Australians. Adapting to a harsher climate is...

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Image: Jason O'Brien/AAP The devastating floods in Queensland and New South Wales highlight, yet again, Australia’s failure to plan for natural disasters. As we’re seeing now in heartbreaking detail, everyday Australians bear the enormous cost...