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Tag: Deforestation

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Want to buy guilt-free Easter chocolate? Pick from our list of ‘good eggs’ that score best for the environment and child labour

Image: Eva Elija/Pexels What do Beyond Good, Alter Eco, Tony’s Chocolonely and Whittaker’s all have in common? Besides producing delicious chocolate, they are the “good eggs” in this year’s chocolate scorecard. Each is...

COP26: it’s half-time at the crucial Glasgow climate change summit – and here’s the score

  Image: EPA The first week of the United Nations climate talks in Glasgow has drawn to a close. While there’s still a way to...

Why tackling deforestation is so important for slowing climate change

  Image: Dudarev Mikhail/Shutterstock Humanity injects an almost incomprehensible 42 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO₂) into the atmosphere every year. The majority of this comes from...

Will your grandchildren have the chance to visit Australia’s sacred trees? Only if our sick indifference to Aboriginal heritage is cured

  Picture: Shuttlestock Trees have always been a point of conflict between colonisers and Indigenous people. At the very beginning of European-Indigenous interactions, skirmishes broke out...

Nationals’ push to carve farming from a net-zero target is misguided and dangerous

 Picture: Shuttlestock Prime Minister Scott Morrison might be warming to the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050, but federal Nationals leader Michael McCormack has thrown a spanner...

Sunday essay: in praise of pardalotes, unique birds living in a damaged country

Image: Shuttlestock I’ve spent more of my life with pardalotes than with most other acquaintances. They are an obscure and odd group of four...