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Contamination concerns after Santos given extended gas exploration rights over Queensland's Channel Country
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Contamination concerns after Santos given extended gas exploration rights over Queensland's Channel Country

The Queensland Government gave energy company Santos extended rights to explore environmentally significant parts of the Channel Country for potential commercial gas extraction, documents obtained under right to information laws show.
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Every sixpack of beer contributes to climate change. Brewers hope algae is the solution
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Every sixpack of beer contributes to climate change. Brewers hope algae is the solution

In an Australian first, a 400-litre bag of algae has been installed at a Sydney brewery to reduce carbon emissions and produce food, pharmaceuticals and even bio-plastic.

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Could rooftop gardens save our cities from climate change?
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Could rooftop gardens save our cities from climate change?

Brisbane is forecast to become a difficult place to live by 2050 and while rooftop gardens could be the ticket to cooling the urban sprawl, developers say local planning laws are holding them back.
Toyota diesel emissions expose broader problem with car pollution in Australia
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Toyota diesel emissions expose broader problem with car pollution in Australia

Problems with diesel particulate filters in top-selling Toyota cars have exposed Australia's 'lagging' vehicle emissions standards, advocates say.
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Australian community split over renewable energy microgrid
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Australian community split over renewable energy microgrid

The close-knit communities nestled amongst World Heritage-listed rainforest could soon go totally green with a new renewable energy microgrid, but it's the environmentalists who aren't happy.
Climate change could slash $571b from property values, study warns
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Climate change could slash $571b from property values, study warns

A recent study by the Actuaries Institute — actuaries are the statisticians who calculate risk for insurers — warns that as many as one in 10 properties could become uninsurable by the end of this century due to climate change.

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