China has invested hundreds of billions of dollars in renewable energy.
China is rapidly greening its economy, but that doesn't mean authoritarian governments are best placed to handle climate change.
An upcoming film will explore the origins of the Joker, last seen in the Batman franchise. But prequels are often poorly received – perhaps with good reason.
From the Joker to a Game of Thrones prequel, origin stories are increasingly common in film and TV – perhaps at the expense of originality in popular culture.
The National Museum of Iraq photographed in February 2018. Many of the pieces discovered at the ruins of Ur, arranged and labelled by Ennigaldi-Nanna, can be found here.
Ennigaldi-Nanna is largely unknown in the modern day. But in 530BC, this Mesopotamian priestess worked to arrange and label various artefacts in the world's first museum.
Detail from a poster designed by the Indigenous creative agency Iscariot Media, which highlights the problem of cyberbullying.
Online abuse has been in the spotlight during this election campaign and AFL season. But researchers and policy-makers alike need to do more to understand cyberbullying against Indigenous Australians.
As the mining stops and the repair begins, the commitment of mining companies and government regulators are being put to the test on a global scale.
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The success of the rehabilitation of the Ranger uranium mine will be judged by criteria created by the mining company.
Joh Bjelke-Petersen with his wife, Flo, on their wedding day in 1952. Bjelke-Petersen made an ill-fated bid for PM in 1987 that ripped the Coalition apart.
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Sir Joh Bjelke-Petersen was Queensland's longest-serving premier, but an inquiry into corruption brought his hopes of becoming the next prime minister of Australia to a sudden end.
Voters are active on social media platforms, such as Facebook and Instagram, so that’s where the parties need to be.
After the 2016 US election and ensuing Cambridge Analytic scandal, there was a lot of scaremongering around digital election campaigning. But this hysteria is, for the most part, unfounded.
Port Pirie has been a world-leading centre for lead and zinc smelting.
and processing since 1889.
Lead and zinc smelting may be big business in Port Pirie, but it's making the kids who live there sick. Something needs to change.
Mungkin untuk membatasi keterpaparan Anda dengan gambar tubuh yang terasa jauh dari jangkauan - jadi pilihlah dengan bijak siapa yang Anda ikuti.
Positivitas tubuh bertujuan untuk menantang standar kecantikan yang dangkal dan menganjurkan penerimaan dan apresiasi tubuh dalam segala bentuk, ukuran, dan penampilan.
Waves can be generated in lakes and other bodies of water when seismic energy travels through land.
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If you've never heard of a form of wave called a 'seiche' – which can occur in swimming pools during earthquakes – this is your chance to catch up.
Penduduk asli di Argentina mengeringkan kulit anaconda kuning (ular) dengan cara mematoknya di ruang terbuka.
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Jadi bukti menyebutkan bahwa eksploitasi komersial reptil liar ternyata dapat menjaga populasi, bukannya memusnahkan mereka.
The Morrison government’s population plan looks to reduce the concentration of growth in the big cities and to raise the benefit-cost ratio of population change more broadly.
Population growth has pros and cons, and the Morrison government's plan is less about a change in immigration numbers than about increasing the benefits and minimising the costs.
Victoria’s Hazelwood coal fired power station closed in 2017 after 52 years of operation.
We have quantified the effects of twelve power station closures in five states. Local unemployment shoots up and comes down only slowly.
Yellow anaconda (snake) skins pegged to dry by indigenous people in Argentina.
When small regional communities see economic value in animals like snakes and crocodiles, people are motivated to invest in their protection.
Ilustrasi seniman tentang asteroid yang hampir menabrak bumi: Tabrakan ini memusnahkan dinosaurus 66 juta tahun yang lalu.
Bukti lain menunjukkan bahwa asteroid yang menabrak bumi yang memunahkan dinosaurus, memicu aktivitas vulkanik yang mematikan.
It is possible to limit your bombardment with images of bodies that feel way out of reach – so choose wisely who you follow.
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Do your Instagram viewing habits trigger joy or guilt? New research shows that viewing body positive content may actually improve women's body image – at least in the short term.
The death of popular prince Germanicus painted by Nicolas Poussin in 1627.
Tacitus' Annals is a powerful and darkly humorous examination of imperial Rome. Though his work was little read in the Roman world, it has influenced great thinkers such as Hobbes and Montesquieu.
Carbon storage in Australian mangroves can help mitigate climate change.
One surprising potential benefit of sea-level rise is it helps coastal wetlands store more carbon.
Michelle Lim Davidson, Anthony Taufa and Nakkiah Lui in Sydney Theatre Company’s production of How to Rule the World.
The latest offering from playwright Nakkiah Lui illustrates just how ripe our political class are for satirical representation.
An artist’s impression of an asteroid about to hit Earth: it’s what happens next that could have helped wipe out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
More evidence that the asteroid hit on Earth that marked the end of the dinosaurs could have triggered a deadly increase in volcanic activity.