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There’s a global plan to conserve nature. Indigenous people could lead the way
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There’s a global plan to conserve nature. Indigenous people could lead the way

Dozens of countries are backing an effort that would protect 30 percent of Earth’s land and water. Native people, often among the most effective stewards of nature, have been disregarded, or worse, in the past.
Could a new CCC save the economy and environment?

Could a new CCC save the economy and environment?

In the first month of his presidency, FDR created a government program that changed lives and the land forever. Could it be time for a new CCC?
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.

Climate change could stretch our capabilities, Defence Force chief speech warns
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Climate change could stretch our capabilities, Defence Force chief speech warns

Increasingly frequent natural disasters caused by climate change could stretch the capability of the Australian Defence Force, according to a speech prepared for the Defence Force Chief.
Killer collapse
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Killer collapse

There are, at most, 76 killer whales left in B.C. southern resident orca population. But First Nations, scientists and conservationists aren't ready to give up hope of their survival.
Tasmanian councils grapple with effects and price tag of climate change
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Tasmanian councils grapple with effects and price tag of climate change

Three Tasmanian mayors discuss the impacts of climate change on their patches, where some residents are taking matters into their own hands to save land from erosion.
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