• Of human blindness

    Warren Brown     |      May 12, 2022

    Innumerable species have been driven to extinction by the spread of mankind over the planet, but such is our rapacious and thoughtless exploitation of the world’s resources that humanity itself is putting itself at risk.

  • Apathy – Why?

    Warren Brown     |      March 21, 2021

    The current government sets its sights no higher than remaining in office after the next election, but Australia needs a more fundamental rethink of its political system and policies.

  • Earth’s overpopulation – can we survive?

    Warren Brown     |      March 2, 2021

    The world’s population has almost doubled in the last 40 years, placing tremendous strains on the resources and eco-systems we depend upon and perhaps imperiling the long-term sustainability of humanity itself.

  • Our polluted path to oblivion

    Warren Brown     |      January 10, 2020

    Warren Brown traces the roots of climate change to the industrial revolution, and appeals for politicians to start prioritising the environment over economic growth.

  • Responsibility shared?

    Warren Brown     |      January 8, 2020

    The recent bushfires have wreaked financial as well as environmental devastation and must be addressed with a firm strategy.  The government should dictate the terms here, not the banks and vested interests.

  • Australian climate politics need an independent path

    Warren Brown     |      December 4, 2019

    The failure of Australia’s traditional political parties to act on the worsening climate crisis means that independent politicians must step up to force their hand in the Senate.