Reaching Net Zero is Every Minister’s Problem

Reaching Net Zero is Every Minister’s Problem

  2 November 2021 Reaching net zero is every minister’s problem. Here’s how they can make better decisions   Authors: James Ha, Grattan Institute and Alison Reeve, Grattan Institute.   The federal government has finally committed to achieving...
It’s time to demand action on climate change, biodiversity crisis

It’s time to demand action on climate change, biodiversity crisis

26 March 2020   Australia’s biodiversity has taken an unprecedented hit during the 2019-20 wildfires. More than a billion native animals have died around the country – a figure that excludes fish, frogs, bats and insects – and the effects of toxic smoke from the...

Nest box use by hollow-dependant fauna

18 December 2019 Author: Rachael Harris Brushtail possums. Nest box monitoring image, Greenbank Military Reserve, Logan City. South-eastern Queensland is in the midst of a very hot and very dry period.  Data accessed on the Bureau of Meteorology website shows the...

‘This is Not Normal’: Climate change and escalating bushfire risk

14 November 2019   The Climate Council has released a new briefing paper ‘This is Not Normal’: Climate Change and Escalating Bushfire Risk which finds the catastrophic fire conditions affecting Queensland and New South Wales have been aggravated by climate...

Federal election 2019: will the environment win?   

Updated 7 May 2019   Latest news updates: (7/5/2019): The Australian Labor Party will invest more than $1 billion in new environment programs, in particular, the establishment of a $100 million Native Species Protection Fund and $50 million towards environmental...

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