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AUSTRALIA REMOVES CLIMATE 'CRISIS' FROM PACIFIC ISLANDS DRAFT DECLARATION August 2019
Sources say Canberra has softened language, getting rid of all but one reference to coal,
If Australia succeeds the resolution will differ greatly from what was hoped for by small island Pacific leaders, who released a statement on Tuesday that called for “an immediate global ban on the construction of new coal-fired power plants and coalmines” and for all countries “to rapidly phase out their use of coal in the power sector”.
ONE CLIMATE CRISIS DISASTER HAPPENING EVERY WEEK, UN WARNS 2019
Developing countries must prepare now for profound impact, disaster representative says
THE BIG DRY: 'SEE US, HEAR US, HELP US' July 2018
Farmers across New South Wales and Queensland are calling it the worst drought in living memory. Many are facing ruin and say it is time for their city cousins to acknowledge the disaster.
DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SAYS IT'S 'EXTRAORDINARY' CLIMATE DENIERS ARE IN POWER IN AUSTRALIA 2019
Celebrated naturalist’s most vivid impression of human impact on the planet is Great Barrier Reef bleaching
CHINA IS NOW THE BIGGEST BUYER OF AUSTRALIAN WATER RIGHTS – DESPITE THE RECORD BREAKING DROUGHT HITTING THE COUNTRY
The Federal Government in March revealed that 10.4 per cent of Australian water rights are owned by foreign individuals or companies.
Chinese investors own 732 gigalitres or 1.89 per cent of the water on the market – an amount more than Sydney Harbour which holds 500 gigalitres.
MEET THE MONEY BEHIND THE CLIMATE DENIAL MOVEMENT
Nearly a billion dollars a year is flowing into the organized climate change counter-movement
BARWON-DARLING RIVER FACES 'COLLAPSE' FROM GOVERNMENT MISTAKES: REPORT July 2019
2018-2019 WATER SHARING PLAN REVIEWS
“NATIONAL DISGRACE”: AUSSIE TAXPAYERS FORK OUT $40 MILLION TO EXPAND IRRIGATION IN THE MURRAY-DARLING BASIN
Four Corners revealed that more than $4 billion in Commonwealth Funds have been handed over to irrigators. This has allowed them to expand their operations and use more water under the $5.6 billion water infrastructure scheme.
GLOBAL TEMPERATURE CHANGE (1850 TO 2018) ANIMATED GIF
WHITEHAVEN COAL MINE OUTBIDS FARMERS FOR PRECIOUS WATER AGAIN AUGUST 20 2019
ANCIENT CIVILISATIONS HAD A BIGGER IMPACT ON EARTH'S ENVIRONMENT THAN WE THOUGHT
AUSTRALIAN RAINFALL DECILES SINCE 1900 - 119 YEARS OF AUSTRALIAN RAINFALL
AUSTRALIA RANKS THIRD IN EXPORTING CARBON POLLUTION IN THE WORLD August 2019
GAS DEAL: “A MASSIVE TRANSFER OF WEALTH FROM GAS CUSTOMERS TO CHINA AND SINGAPORE” 13 May 2019
Michael West reports on the sneaky push to exempt a Chinese-owned tax avoider from the National Gas Rules and foist a $2.7 billion cost onto Australian gas customers while opening up vast new tracts of land for fracking.
FLORA TRIGGER MAP PROMPTS BACKLASH FROM FARMERS WHO FEAR IT WILL LOCK UP THEIR LAND 22 June 2019
Queensland landholders are afraid that new government mapping could lock up their land and force them to stop farming and grazing.
The protected plants flora survey trigger map identifies "high-risk" areas where endangered, vulnerable or near-threatened plant species are present or likely to be present.
WEB ADMINISTRATORS COMMENT – What a pity that this doesn’t apply to Adani! Why not?
NUCLEAR WASTE: RESIDENTS NEAR PROPOSED DUMP TOLD TO SIGN DRACONIAN CODE OF CONDUCT
Code bans residents from taking notes or recording any part of meetings without prior agreement
AUSTRALIA IS GOING TO STOP SHIPPING ITS PLASTICS AND OTHER RECYCLABLE WASTE OVERSEAS AUGUST 2019
For many years Australia has been exporting millions of tonnes of plastic and other recyclable waste, but that may soon change, with governments agreeing to phase out the practice and boost local recycling capacity.
AUSTRALIA TO BOLSTER CAMBODIA CLEAN WATER July 2019
Australia and Cambodia have launched a utility program aimed at improving access to clean water for up to one million people in this Southeast Asian country, which suffered severe shortages earlier this year.
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