We laugh about the Emu War that we lost -– twice! –- and it is just a story. I wonder what the emus think of that story. Twenty-thousand emus who returned home after their breeding season only to find their habitat cancerous with monocultural wheat fields and shot at with literal machine guns.
As a result of its continued accommodation for carbon offsetting, the Safeguard Mechanism incentivises investment in offset and abatement programs, drawing investment away from the critically important expansion of renewable energy infrastructure.
It is difficult to understand oneself without there being an environment to contextualise that life, and it is more difficult to understand environmental decay in a world that lacks artistic continuity.
The new legislation would be adequate if Australia had a government willing to reject new fossil fuel projects, but as it stands it leaves too much in the hands of ministers.
The tribunal ruled that the project does not impede the Native Title rights of Gomeroi owners.
In the most recent of a series of warnings from climate scientists, the future looks grim.
Exploiting land in Marrickville for profit is a colonial tradition.
Decaying plants, algae, and plastic waste: The condition of Lake Northam appears to be in dire need of attention.
Is the solution to the renewable energy storage dilemma hiding in our high school textbooks?
The report exposes the state of Australian biodiversity, highlighting the rate of population decline in flora and fauna.