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WWF's staff on the ground in Nepal leaped into action – not to demand justice, but to lobby for the charges to disappear.
by Binoy Kampmark - 13/03/2019 - 2 comments
The Victorian Government’s appeasement of environmental ideology is hampering its capability to deal with serious bushfires.
by Mark Poynter - 12/03/2019 - 6 comments
Despite high-profile nuclear disasters like Chernobyl , Fukushima, and Three Mile Island, the deaths related to nuclear meltdowns are actually very few.
by Haley Zaremba - 11/03/2019 - 34 comments
Why are the public generally unaware of the important research that connects variations in the output of the Sun with climate change?
by Tim Ball and Tom Harris - 7/03/2019 - 29 comments
Irwin, the organisation tweeted, 'was killed while harassing a ray; he dangled his baby while feeding a crocodile and wrestled wild animals who were minding their own business.'
by Binoy Kampmark - 7/03/2019 - 12 comments
Australia’s commitments, no matter what anyone thinks of them, are quite pointless unless they are conditional on action by the world’s big emitters.
by David Leyonhjelm - 4/03/2019 - 46 comments
The Y2K scare was nevertheless a boon for consultants and IT specialists. It is estimated that US$300 billion was spent worldwide to audit and upgrade computers.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 22/02/2019 - 180 comments
Today we are faced with multiple interrelated crises, for example the threat of catastrophic climate change or equally catastrophic thermonuclear war,and the threat of widespread famine.
by John Avery - 18/02/2019 - 20 comments
What do heat waves, floods, droughts, rising sea level, forest fires, hurricanes, African wars, mass extinctions, disease outbreaks, and migration from South America and the Middle East have in common?
by Jay Lehr and Tom Harris - 15/02/2019 - 42 comments
Wastes to energy incineration is the choice of an increasing number of our world's cities, especially where land is in short supply. Our world needs plastic.
by Ken Calvert - 5/02/2019 - 23 comments
Renewables accounted for 26.5 percent of global electricity generation in 2017 compared to nuclear power's 10.3 percent.
by Jim Green - 31/01/2019 - 14 comments
OPEC's largest producer continues to expect global oil demand to keep rising at least by 2040 and sees itself as the oil producer best equipped to continue meeting that demand.
by Tsvetana Paraskova - 29/01/2019 - 6 comments


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