• The Australian cattle feedlot industry

    Dougal Gordon     |      August 6, 2013

    As consumers, we hardly ever spare a thought for the industry that produces a lot of the food ending on our plates. Striving for more transparency and understanding, Dougal Gordon, CEO of the Australian Lot Feeders’ Association, explains why Australian farmers are some of the best in the world.

  • Why we should be concerned about food security

    Sarah Norgrove     |      July 31, 2013

    Australian food prices are going up and Asia’s food demand is increasing, while environmental and logistical risk factors are at play. Sarah Norgrove from the Australian Strategic Policy Institute analyses the challenges lying ahead.

  • Nature time important for inspiring future generations

    Debbie Agnew     |      July 26, 2013

    This Sunday is National Tree Day. Debbie Agnew from Planet Ark explains why in a society that spends less time outdoors and is increasingly time-poor, it is even more important to incorporate nature time into your life.

  • Get your hands dirty to help the planet

    Open Forum     |      July 21, 2013

    28 July is National Tree Day, Australia’s biggest community tree-planting and nature care event. All Australians are asked to plant and care for native trees and shrubs to help improve the environment. National Tree Day was co-founded by Olivia Newton-John and Planet Ark in 1996. Since then more than 2.8 million people have planted over 17 million native trees and shrubs.

  • How reducing local poverty is helping protect Nepal’s tigers

    Dermot O'Gorman     |      May 30, 2013

    Conservation and development don’t have to be at odds with each other. Dermot O’Gorman, CEO of WWF-Australia, provides Nepal as an example of how protecting wildlife can be a step forward in addressing poverty.

  • Energy Futures Enquiry completed

    Open Forum     |      May 24, 2013

    The Futures Project has launched its report following the Energy Futures Enquiry, run in association with AGL.

  • Earth Day 2013

    Open Forum     |      April 19, 2013

    Every year on 22 April, more than one billion people take part in Earth Day. Across the globe individuals, communities, organisations and governments voice their concerns for the planet and take action to protect it.

  • Switching off for Earth Hour

    Dermot O'Gorman     |      March 21, 2013

    As the world prepares to switch off for Earth Hour, WWF Australia CEO, Dermot O’Gorman, explains how this humble initiative has led to world-wide change.

  • The power of women

    Natalie Isaacs     |      March 7, 2013

    1Million Women founder and CEO, Natalie Isaacs, shares her journey in becoming a climate change crusader and tells how women, as a united force, can change the world.