Queenslanders head to the polls tomorrow. The Palaszczuk Labor government has vocally backed the resources industry – but our research suggests the issue will not decide the election result.
Australia is still grappling with the devastation wrought by the bushfires earlier this year. The Royal Commission's final report marks the first step in the country's disaster adaptation journey.
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Many countries have decided a Green New Deal is exactly the right stimulus response to the COVID crisis. Australia's steadfast investment in fossil fuels will only hold us back.
Professional sport has enormous power to influence positive change. So ahead of this weekend's grand finals, let's examine the carbon emissions of our major men's football leagues.
Universities are vital hubs of research and teaching on climate change and, as big organisations, produce significant emissions themselves. They should therefore lead action to limit climate change.
Land managers have embraced firestick burning as a highly effective tool — just one example of the value of Indigenous knowledge.
Australian universities have committed to a process of Indigenisation. The University of Tasmania provides a case study in how to incorporate Indigenous knowledge into academic programs.
There is a growing movement in Sabah and Sarawak for increased sovereignty or outright secession. Many feel the promises of federation haven't been delivered.
We surveyed and interviewed parents of primary school-aged children in Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria and the ACT to explore their experiences of helping their children with remote schooling.
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The IOC has set strict guidelines on protests and political expression, but athletes aren't entirely happy. The question now is whether the two sides can compromise in time for the 2021 Tokyo Games.
Tasmania gets more of its revenue from "bad taxes" than any state or territory other than Victoria, and less from "good taxes" than anywhere other than Queensland.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley is compelling viewing – but why have there been more films about Steve Jobs alone in the past 30 years than about successful female entrepreneurs?
They need the rest of the world less than they have in decades, and are in firm control of their population.
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These trees are too important to be destroyed in the name of the forestry industry. This is why my husband Steve Pearce and I climb, explore and photograph them.
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Hemos fabricado dispositivos recubiertos con materiales adsorbentes para eliminar distintas sustancias químicas del agua.
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California's bushfire disaster is eerily reminiscent of Australia's Black Summer. We share the same fiery fate, and must learn to adapt.
QAnon is gaining ground in Australia due to a growing distrust in the government and media, part of which is rooted in a perceived lack of transparency over the coronavirus response and restrictions.
Starting with his campaign against the damming of the Franklin River, Brown has had a huge impact on the place of the environment in Australian political debate.
The vaccine hasn't completed phase 3 trials, so we can't be sure it will be safe and effective for all. The Australian government's deal is contingent on these trials being successful.
‘Biodegradable’ balloons after 16 weeks in freshwater.
Since 1989, the balloon industry has relied on a problematic study that claimed balloons degraded “at about the same rate as oak tree leaves” after six weeks. We put it to the test.
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Saat planet ini terus menghangat, peristiwa cuaca ekstrem seperti gelombang panas dan hujan deras menjadi lebih sering, intens, dan lebih lama, menurut data cuaca global.