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Record Grant to Great Barrier Reef Charity Comes Under Senate Scrutiny

Maggie Coggan, Thursday, 2nd August 2018 -  The $443.8 million grant given to a small Great Barrier Reef charity has come under increasing scrutiny at a Senate inquiry, with revelations no environment department officials

Opinion

Worried About Climate Change? Investing in Reproductive Health Must Be Part of the Solution

Chris Turner, Monday, 21st May 2018 -  By investing in family planning we can transform lives, improve health and economic outcomes, and help reduce our impact on the climate, but right now family planning is scarcely

$500 Million for the Great Barrier Reef is Welcome, But We Need a Sea Change in Tactics Too

Contributor, Monday, 7th May 2018 -  The latest funding announcement avoids any mention of reducing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions, while providing a moderate amount of funding for the continuation of largely

Why Australians Need A National Environment Protection Agency to Safeguard Their Health

David Shearman, Wednesday, 28th March 2018 -  The rationale for reform is clear, writes David Shearman, Emeritus Professor of Medicine at University of Adelaide, in this article which first appeared in The Conversation. Australia

Opinion

Where is The Sustainable Consumer Heading in 2018?

Georgia Gibson, Thursday, 15th March 2018 -  How do we capture the sustainable market, questions Georgia Gibson, from Ellis Jones. As we continue to venture into the danger zone with our environment, sustainable consumers

Calls for Collective Action on SDGs To Avoid Legacy of Inequality

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 14th March 2018 -  Australia’s leading advocates for sustainable development have called for collective action on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to avoid a legacy of inequality and

Hope For The Environment in 2018?

Georgia Gibson, Thursday, 1st March 2018 -  Georgia Gibson takes a look at the most exciting initiatives around the world in 2018. It seems like yesterday that we all watched Al Gore on a cherry picker soar to the CO2 amount that

Sustainable Shopping: Is it Possible to Fly Sustainably?

Andrew Glover, Monday, 15th January 2018 -  Global travel comes at a serious cost to the environment, writes Andrew Glover, Postdoctoral research fellow at RMIT University, in this article which first appeared in The Conversation.

Conserving Victoria

Wendy Williams, Monday, 15th January 2018 -  Victoria Marles is the CEO of Trust for Nature, one of Australia’s oldest conservation organisations. She is this week’s Changemaker. Marles, originally a lawyer by profession,

World’s Biggest Mining Company Sides with Enviro Groups in Advocacy Standoff

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 9th November 2017 -  Environmental groups have welcomed an announcement by the world’s biggest mining company that it will not support a push to strip environmental groups of their right to advocate.

One to Watch: Daniel Smith

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 31st October 2017 -  Daniel Smith is the founder of Clean Coast Collective, a not-for-profit lifestyle brand committed to cleaning up the ocean. He is one to watch. A total of 60 of Australia’s brightest

Changemaker

The Seaside Scavenges Helping To Clean Australia’s Beaches

Luke Michael, Monday, 23rd October 2017 -  Anna Jane Linke is the founder and CEO of Seaside Scavenge, a charity which organises waterway cleanups and clothes swap events. She is this week’s Changemaker. Linke founded Seaside
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