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Witches, bitches and nasty women

27 March, 2020 - Strong and outspoken women in politics are often dismissed as shrill, lecturing and bitchy. But when you look back at history it’s the witches,...

What is regenerative agriculture, and why does it matter?

27 March, 2020 - In its race to meet ever-burgeoning human food demand, industrial agriculture has had multiple adverse environmental effects. Regenerative agri...

No one left behind

27 March, 2020 - The coronavirus crisis has pushed our health and economic system to the brink. Now more than ever, it’s up to all of us to make sure no one is ...

How we talk about colonisation matters

27 March, 2020 - We often talk about decolonisation and its absolute importance in healing this country and our First Nations people. But what does it really me...

Forests and climate change

21 February, 2020 - Forests play a key role in determining climate, locally and globally – and their importance is even more critical now as global temperatures...

New leadership and a Green New Deal

21 February, 2020 - By Adam Bandt It is an absolute honour to be elected as the Parliamentary Leader of the Australian Greens. I want to thank Richard f...

A storied life

21 February, 2020 - In life, journalist Neroli Colvin was passionate about the environment and social justice. But it was her decision to leave a bequest to the...

What you can do to help in the midst of the bushfire crisis

24 January, 2020 - It’s been a terrifying and tragic start to the new year. And while you might feel helpless, there are some practical things you can do to hel...

The long-lasting health impacts of the bushfires

24 January, 2020 - Make no mistake: the climate emergency is a health emergency. As a doctor, Richard Di Natale explains the long-term health impacts of these f...