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Panel surya mengalahkan batu bara sebagai sumber pembangkit energi listrik terpopuler sedunia tahun lau. AAP Image/Lukas Koch

Tenaga surya kini sumber listrik terpopuler di dunia

Panel surya dan energi angin telah melampaui batubara sebagai sumber utama pembangkit listrik baru di dunia. Turunnya harga dan teknologi penyimpanan baru membuat energi bersih semakin dapat dicapai.
Detail from Fred Williams You Yang Pond 1963. oil on composition board Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide Gift of Godfrey Phillips International Pty Ltd 1968 © Estate of Fred Williams

Fred Williams in the You Yangs: a turning point for Australian art

A new exhibition features more than 50 works by Fred Williams, centred on the You Yangs peaks, west of Melbourne. They illuminate a breakthrough moment in Australian art.
The Liddell power station in the Hunter Valley near Newcastle. AAP Image/Dean Sewell/Greenpeace

The true cost of keeping the Liddell power plant open

Government payments to keep Australia's oldest coal plant running amounts to a carbon subsidy. It's worth looking at the financial – and carbon – cost.
Louis XVI donnant ses instructions finales au Comte de La Pérouse en 1785, avant qu'il embarque pour sa mission fatale dans l'hémisphère sud. State Library of NSW

Expédition La Pérouse : qu’est-il arrivé aux survivants ?

En 1826, on découvrit des objets venus d’Europe à Tikopia, dans les îles Salomon : venaient-ils de l’Astrolabe et de la Boussole, les navires disparus de La Pérouse ?
Louis XVI giving final instructions to the Comte de La Perouse in 1785, before La Perouse embarked on his fateful expedition to the Southern Hemisphere. State Library of NSW

The mystery of the La Pérouse expedition survivors: wrecked in Torres Strait?

The French La Pérouse expedition left Botany Bay in 1788, and then vanished, rumoured to be wrecked in the Solomon Islands. But an Indian newspaper article might reveal the fate of its survivors.
Aboriginal dancers from Pinjarra perform at the unveiling of the counter-memorial in Esplanade Park, Fremantle, April 9 1994. Courtesy Bruce Scates

Monumental errors: how Australia can fix its racist colonial statues

A Fremantle monument to three white explorers was revised in 1994 to acknowledge the violence committed against Indigenous owners. As Australia struggles to reconcile its racist past, perhaps this monument shows a way forward.
The relationship between drivers and cyclists is highly unequal, both physically and culturally. Photographee.eu from www.shutterstock.com

Cars, bicycles and the fatal myth of equal reciprocity

The primacy given to the car has shaped our cities, the roads that serve them and our very thinking about the place of driving in our lives. And it's a mindset that leaves cyclists highly vulnerable.

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