Today, the carbon tax was passed through parliament in Australia. G shares the opinions of some high profile movers and shakers with you.
Sorting the truth from the trash with our handy guide to busting climate change myths.
Jon Dee asks if we are in fact a nation of misinformation?
As world discussion turns to peak oil, towns and regions across the world are taking it upon themselves to prepare for the occurrence. Welcome to the phenomenon of the Transition Town.
Green Cross Australia empowers people to respond to environmental change in ways that embrace sustainability and community resilience. Their programs support communities to become more sustainable and resilient including to severe weather events, with a culture of self-reliance and innovation. Green Cross convenes business, government, research and community partnerships to catalyse large projects that advance their mission. They're looking for three special Brisbane-based people who want to help them and their partners build 21st century resilient communities; Head of Programs, Web Content Manager, and an Executive Support & Office Manager.
Location: Brisbane, Queensland.
Applications close: Thursday 4 August, 2011.
The Federal Government has released its plans for putting a price on carbon pollution.
The UN says as many as 50 and 200 million climate refugees could be displaced by 2050. G looks into which countries are most at risk of becoming climate refugees.
Economists and environmentalists have traditionally clashed heads. But what if we can get the two to work together? We take a back-to-basics look at green economics.
As he once again makes comments that prove his scepticism of climate change, Tony Abbott could be well served to spend three minutes watching this Nat Geo video. Welcome to Global Warming 101.
Last month, the annual King tides hit the pacific island of Tuvalu, and much of the island was flooded with salty water. Award-winning photographer Rodney Dekker was on the ground for Oxfam Australia when the soil-eroding, crop-killing floods arrived.