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‘It can be done. It must be done’: IPCC delivers definitive report on climate change, and where to now

Contributor, Tuesday, 21st March 2023 -  Two of Australia’s leading climate experts, Frank Jotzo and Mark Howden, take you step-by-step through the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Synthesis Report.


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An Australia of two stories

David Ritter, Wednesday, 15th March 2023 -  There is a fundamental contrast, reflects Greenpeace CEO David Ritter, between the attitudes and choices of those who profit from accelerating climate destruction and those who are dealing with the consequences.
Lou Ridsdale, founder of Food is Free, proudly holds up a bunch of carrots. She is standing in a garden and is smiling at the carrots. She has her brown hair in a ponytail and is wearing a tshirt with a purple zip up hoodie over the top.

“From little things, big things grow”

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 8th March 2023 -  There’s something special in the soil in Ballarat, and it’s empowering a community to grow and share fresh, healthy food.
Dishes serving edible crickets and maggots.

Making a beeline to edible bugs

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Wednesday, 22nd February 2023 -  Tapping into the $4 billion global edible insect market could offer a solution to the climate, economic and employment crises facing Australia.


Groundswell climate justice

Funding climate justice

Jessica Bineth, Wednesday, 15th February 2023 -  Climate justice demands that communities of privilege who have benefitted the most from using fossil fuels do the bulk of the heavy lifting to reduce emissions and to fund solutions tackling climate change, Jessica Bineth writes. 
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The carbon credits review focused on transparency, but has it missed the mark?

Danielle Kutchel, Monday, 9th January 2023 -  If carbon credit units are to play a role in Australia’s net zero journey, the scheme must be more transparent, a review concludes. 


Effecting change in the climate crisis

Claire O'Rourke, Wednesday, 21st December 2022 -  What does the Sunrise Project's  Climate Compass research tell us about how individuals are willing to act on climate change mitigation measures?  
Construction worker installing solar panels on the roof of a building.

$1m milestone for interest-free climate action loan program

Ruby Kraner-Tucci, Wednesday, 21st December 2022 -  A non-profit funder is providing interest-free loans to community sector organisations for emission reduction initiatives.
A present wrapped in brown paper and decorated with a bauble and a sprig of pine. Next to it are scissors, a box of baubles, and more sprigs of pine.

‘Tis the season to be eco-conscious (fa la la la la)

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 14th December 2022 -  Christmas doesn’t have to be the most wasteful time of the year. Follow our ideas for a more eco-friendly festive season.
A kangaroo stands amid a grassy plain.

Philanthropists and scientists join forces on biodiversity

Danielle Kutchel, Friday, 9th December 2022 -  The new Biodiversity Council will centre Indigenous knowledge and foster public recognition of Australia’s biodiversity crisis.
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