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Sunday essay: ‘I feel my heart breaking today’ – a climate scientist’s path through grief towards hope

Image: Joelle Gergis pictured in 2020 following the Black Summer bushfires. Photo: ANU Media I have spent hundreds of hours trawling through countless UN reports and...

The Greens have backed Labor’s 43% target – but don’t think Australia’s climate wars are over

Image: Shutterstock After a decade of climate policy failure, Wednesday brought good news and slightly less good news for Australian action on climate change. The good...

Exhibition: Above the Canopy celebrates the Australian environment- Now open at Town Hall Gallery

OPEN NOW Saturday 9 July - Saturday 24 September 2022 Town Hall Gallery presents the new exhibition Above the Canopy, celebrating the rich and diverse beauty of the Australian...

3 ways the Albanese government can turn Australia into a renewable energy superpower – without leaving anyone behind

Image: Shutterstock Australians will bear yet another blow to our cost of living in July when electricity prices will surge up to 18.3%, which amounts to over A$250...

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

  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...

More reasons for optimism on climate change than we’ve seen for decades: 2 climate experts explain

  Picture: Shuttlestock It’s unusual for researchers who study our catastrophically changing climate to use the words “optimism” and “climate change” in the same sentence. As...