Australia as an innovation hub

Peter Fritz's picture

It is crucial that the government and we as communities adapt to coming changes. Peter Fritz explains why we need to plan today with tomorrow in mind.

Australia’s apathy could wipe the Great from our Barrier Reef

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Scientists claim that if the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland will be built, it will devastate our climate, our Great Barrier Reef and groundwater. Sherryl Caulfield urges us to protest where we can and act now before it’s too late.

Welcome back carbon pricing

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Back in 2008, Labor and the Coalition agreed that an emissions trading scheme (ETS) was the appropriate policy to reduce green house gases. We are now on a trajectory where both will once again be in agreement. Kevin Parton explains why.

E-cigarettes – more than a health issue

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In Australia one can’t legally buy e-cigarette liquids containing nicotine. Ian A. Maxwell explores the arguments for and against e-cigarettes.

Exploring other solutions to tackle climate change

Laurence Strano's picture

Governments on state and federal level have the opportunity and obligation to act on climate change. Laurence Strano identifies a couple of areas where we could tackle the issue more decisively.

Seven things I love about buying nothing

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This October is Buy Nothing New Month, a one month challenge to buy nothing new (with the exception of essentials like food, hygiene and medicines). Rachel Smith took the challenge to the next level. Here she explains why.