Environment

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The race to save 500 beached whales

Tasmanian Parks & Wild Life Service have been in a race against time to save 500 pilot whales stranded off Macquarie Harbour. […]

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La Niña is back for first time in four years, what does that mean?

The El Niño–Southern Oscillation scale moves back and fourth towards the end of ever year. This year, its polar end La Niña […]

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Torres Strait Islanders implore Australian Government to help save their ancestral homes

Originally published on The Swanston Gazette Podcast – Episode 3 – Sustainability Climate change is eroding the lands of those most vulnerable […]

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The “what” and “why” of seasonal fatigue

Do you start to feel tired when the seasons change? Do you feel sleepy when Spring hits? Wing Kuang spoke to the […]

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News Talks #6: Voicing concern about youth mental health and climate change

In our final interview with Local and Vocal campaigners from the Foundation for Young Australians, our reporters Anneliese Farrer and Angus Thomson […]

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Carbon-tracking app helps schools and businesses reduce their emissions

CEO of eco-start-up ClimateClever Dr Vanessa Rauland speaks to Panorama on the way their new app is helping Australians track their environmental […]

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COVID-19 fears for 1 million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

Woman-led disaster response organisation Action Aid expresses concern for the almost one million refugees in Cox’s Bazar, a refugee settlement in Bangladesh. […]

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Betra Fraval interview – Art Smitten

The R & M McGivern Prize is a triennial art competition run by the Maroondah City Council. This year, the theme is […]

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Rising calls for a Cash for Cans to help ease Victoria’s recycling crisis

For years, the Victorian government has rejected cash for containers, saying that our recycling systems are good enough and the schemes are […]

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Thirsty Cities: Is Australia’s water secure?

A recent report via the University of Melbourne and The World Bank has highlighted the complex needs and pressures facing cities around […]