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Savvy activists cast nuclear benefits in a fresh green light

Disenchanted with traditional environmentalism, Zion Lights is one of a handful of leaders navigating a new path in this arena.

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Fear of military conflict on the rise in Australia

Australia remains closed to the world, largely unvaccinated, and entrenched in a toxic relationship with our largest trading partner, China.

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Judith Sloan: No slowdown in scary climate prophecy phenomenon

The beginning of every year often triggers the release of doomsday predictions. You know the sort of thing: there will be no polar bears in 50 years, parts of the world will be uninhabitable within two decades, the world will run out of oilgaswater very soon.
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Miners bows to lobby groups’ climate change pressure

Australias peak mining industry body has joined the fight on climate. The Minerals Council of Australia wont ditch coal but it has yielded to pressure from lobby groups that have stormed the worlds boardrooms and financial markets pushing for a shareholder revolt on fossil fuels.
Coronavirus changes climate war
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Coronavirus changes climate war

The COVID-19 pandemic has added fresh rancour to the climate change debate.
Eelco Rohling: Slow the flow and let the soil drink its fill

Eelco Rohling: Slow the flow and let the soil drink its fill

Soil regeneration helps restore balance in ecosystems and results in more ­efficient use of precious rainfall.

Plastic pollution and illegal fishing at top of Morrison’s ocean plan
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Plastic pollution and illegal fishing at top of Morrison’s ocean plan

Scott Morrison said Australia had nothing to apologise for over climate change as he told the United Nations General Assembly that his government would lead urgent action to combat plastic pollution choking the oceans.
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