In this special global newsletter, experts share their visions for ambitious climate action.
The vast emissions caused by these individuals suggest that a very small share of humanity has a very significant role in global warming.
Restoring Britain's woodlands and peatlands isn't just a utopian dream.
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Climate change was once considered 'too slow' for great storytelling. Now, long-form novels are struggling to keep up with breakdown.
Had the EU eliminated all subsidies between 2010 and 2017, its emissions would have been 9% lower over the period and governments across the EU would have saved US$441 billion.
A Nepalese woman collects mushroom in a forest.
Himalayan villages are growing food in the forests, a traditional model that can fight both land clearing and world hunger.
Thunberg during her impassioned speech to world leaders at the UN’s 2019 Climate Action Summit.
The human voice is a sonic fingerprint - and Greta Thunberg's tells a powerful story.
The climate strikes have allowed young people to seize the narrative on climate change. Here's how the media should empower them.
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Automation can be a more efficient use of resources, but it may also mean people consume more.
Is the UN’s climate process fit for purpose?
The history of the UNFCCC shapes what is and isn't possible today.
Research into low-carbon planes is underway, but we won’t see electric long-haul flights any time soon.
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Unlike a car, you can't just stick a battery-powered engine in a plane and expect it to fly. Despite that, small planes might be the future of electric flight.
Sunrise at Beachmere, Queensland.
We've spent years publishing smart, practical research on real climate solutions. Now it's time to put it all into practice.
Melbourne’s ABC weather presenter Paul Higgins discussing a trend towards warmer April days.
Politicians might get the most airtime when it comes to climate change, but Australians would rather hear about it from weather presenters.
School students took to the streets in Melbourne and other Australian cities back in March as part of a global rally on climate change. Now they’re doing it again.
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Young people have reason to protest today and call for action on climate change. But they risk anxiety if they feel they are not heard and nothing is done.
Governments can choose to spend money in ways that support climate change policy, including a shift to electric vehicle fleets.
New Zealand is introducing new procurement rules to better link government spending with climate change policy. The first target is to reduce emissions profile of the government's vehicle fleet.
Striking for the climate.
Humans consume excessive resources with little or no benefits to well-being – and the politics of our economy are to blame. To counter the influence of industries in democracy, we must strike.
From media coverage to story books, children are consistently represented as prophets or puppets in the midst of climate emergency. It's time for that to change.
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We asked a media studies researcher why climate change doesn't make more of a splash in the press.
A seasonal diet could reconnect people with nature's rhythms.
Our responsibility to consider how the future might look for generations to come requires imagination.