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Melbourne’s bats cooled by mist system
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As temperatures rise, Melbourne’s bats get their own sprinkler system

On the hottest days, a refreshing mist will cool down flying foxes, which have suffered mass death in Australian heat waves.
Joost Bakker sustainable home climate

Mushroom walls and waste-fuelled stoves: Inside the self-sufficient home of tomorrow

Joost Bakker believes a house can be more than a place to live: it can be a self-sustaining weapon against the climate crisis. A new Australian documentary explores his bold blueprint.

Tel Aviv has shade down to a science

Tel Aviv has shade down to a science

While other cities wait for their newly planted trees to grow, the Israeli city is updating an age-old cooling method for the 21st century.
A brilliant plan to turn parking garages into rooftop gardens
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A brilliant plan to turn parking garages into rooftop gardens

In Melbourne, 1,200 acres are wasted on parking spaces. One architecture firm wants to reimagine how they’re used.
Paris’s 15-minute city could be coming to an urban area near you
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Paris’s 15-minute city could be coming to an urban area near you

From Paris to Portland, cities are attempting to give residents everything they need within a few minutes of their front doors. Can it work—without leaving anyone out?
Indian Ocean Dipole linked to global warming in new research by Australian scientists
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Indian Ocean Dipole linked to global warming in new research by Australian scientists

After a summer of hell, is the Indian Ocean Dipole the smoking gun connecting drought and climate change?
Climate change warriors plan mass 'Hong Kong-style' protests in Melbourne today
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Climate change warriors plan mass 'Hong Kong-style' protests in Melbourne today

The protest through central Melbourne has been organised by Uni Students for Climate Justice with the intention of causing as much chaos as possible.

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