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Young Indigenous voices address climate change at UN forum

Young Indigenous voices address climate change at UN forum

Indigenous youth leaders shared their unique challenges and solutions at this year's United Nations forum on Indigenous issues.

Taylar Dawn Stagner reports for Grist.

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Australia and Tuvalu confirm climate and security agreement

Australia and Tuvalu confirm climate and security agreement

Australia and Tuvalu will advance with a landmark security and climate migration pact, ensuring Tuvalu's sovereignty while addressing its environmental challenges.

Kirsty Needham reportsfor Reuters.

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Fuel emissions debate fuels Australia's climate conversation

Fuel emissions debate fuels Australia's climate conversation

In a country where the pickup truck is a symbol of the working class, Australia's move toward fuel emissions standards signifies a major policy shift, reflecting global environmental concerns.

Michael E. Miller reports for The Washington Post.

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Seagrass: A natural barrier against heavy metal pollution in Australia's waters

Seagrass: A natural barrier against heavy metal pollution in Australia's waters

In a significant ecological discovery, seagrass meadows in Australia's Spencer Gulf have been found to trap thousands of tons of heavy metals, safeguarding marine environments.

Clare Watson reports for Hakai Magazine.

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Andrew Forrest criticizes nuclear energy as a distraction in climate debate

Andrew Forrest criticizes nuclear energy as a distraction in climate debate

Mining magnate Andrew Forrest condemns the fossil fuel industry's push for nuclear energy, advocating for renewable solutions.

Michael Janda reports for ABC News.

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Australian wildlife adapts unusual cooling methods amid extreme heat

Australian wildlife adapts unusual cooling methods amid extreme heat

In response to rising temperatures, Australian native animals like kangaroos are adopting unique behaviors to stay cool.

Amelia Searson reports for ABC News.

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Australia’s black summer bushfires ripped billions from the tourism industry. Is global warming making the cost of natural disasters worse?

The impact on businesses was widespread, even in areas relatively unaffected by the fires, study finds

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