Issue date : Mon 23 March, 2020
Estimated Reading Time : 02 Min 53 Seconds
Number of items : 34
Wildlife conservation is getting better
Cosmos
Mon 23 March, 2020
Whether it’s plastic pollution, climate change or endangered species conservation, there’s a growing tsunami of scientific data out there – how do researchers wade through it to fill gaps, learn from failures and build on successes?
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Paul Ricard 95% complete on F1’s sustainability target
Yahoo News
Mon 23 March, 2020
F1 announced plans to become carbon neutral by 2030 in November as part of an increased environmental focus, as well as wishing to make all events “sustainable” by 2025.
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PM's home shire sets steep carbon emissions reduction target
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sun 22 March, 2020
Prime Minister Scott Morrison's local council area will probably vote to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 — two decades earlier than the state's goal.
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The Age
The Brisbane Times
WAToday
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How coronavirus killed its greatest competitor, and showed us a real crisis
The Herald Sun
Sun 22 March, 2020
The coronavirus has sure left one issue for dead — global warming. After once dominating the headlines, climate change has been overtaken by COVID-19 — which shows us what a real crisis looks like compared to a fake one, writes Andrew Bolt
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Water 'weapon' to fight climate change: UN
7 News
Sun 22 March, 2020
Using water more efficiently in everything from daily life to agriculture and industry would help curb climate change - a potential benefit not widely recognised.
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Perthnow
The Canberra Times
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Australia's food bowl is in trouble
The Canberra Times
Sat 21 March, 2020
In her Quarterly Essay Cry Me A River: The Tragedy of the Murray-Darling Basin, acclaimed journalist MARGARET SIMONS takes a trip through the Murray-Darling Basin, from Queensland to South Australia, and shows its plight is economic as much as environmental, enmeshed in ideology and identity.
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Mercedes-Benz EQS: Driving the priceless new electric car
News.com.au
Sat 21 March, 2020
The German giant has shown off its electric future with a priceless electric car that has some features that need to be seen to be believed.
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The Advertiser
The Mercury
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How to turn trash into treasure
The Australian
Sat 21 March, 2020
Producer of Escape from Trash Mountain Ben Anderson says not knowing how to re-use waste is a load of rubbish.
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Ocean Lovers Festival goes virtual for a kid's-eye view on the environment
The Sydney Morning Herald
Sat 21 March, 2020
However, she didn’t want to let down the schoolchildren who had entered the festival’s new Litterarty competition creating ocean-themed artworks made entirely from recycled rubbish. It was decided to make the planned exhibition into a virtual show instead available for all to view on the Ocean Lovers Festival website.
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The Age
The Brisbane Times
WAToday
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Australian labels rewriting the rules by taking a stand for sustainability
The Age
Sat 21 March, 2020
Local designers are leading the way in the global movement towards conscious, ethical and cruelty-free fashion. With initiatives such as using faux fur and organic cotton that can be traced from farm to final product, swapping toxic chemical processes for organic ones, recycling zips and turning the tap off on water wastage, they are delivering clothes that will change the way you think about fashion.
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The Brisbane Times
The Sydney Morning Herald
WAToday
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Covid and climate: Can Morrison listen to experts to flatten that “other” curve?
Reneweconomy
Fri 20 March, 2020
Here’s the good news. Prime minister Scott Morrison is not, it turns out, against listening to the experts and taking heed of their advice. It’s what he says he is doing each time he fronts the media when discussing his action on Covid-19, or the Coronavirus, even if some argue that he’s taking an each-way bet on the economy and the nation’s health.
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Gas is burning any hope of science-based climate policy for Australia
Reneweconomy
Fri 20 March, 2020
Earlier this month, the CEO and managing director of Santos, Kevin Gallagher, contributed an article to the Australian Financial Review entitled Exporting gas and storing CO2 is pathway to greener future (paywall).
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Cutting food waste can help you beat pantry panic
SBS World News Australia
Fri 20 March, 2020
From salty, crunchy potato peel chips to a ‘buy nothing new’ curry, cutting your food waste isn’t just budget-friendly – in times like these, making the most of what you’ve got is good for the soul, too.
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