“This landmark decision sends a clear message to the fossil fuel industry that it cannot continue to expand if we are serious about tackling climate change.”
“Why should I be studying for a future that soon may be no more, when no one is doing anything to save that future?”
A week on from Black Friday, Australian children are planning a “Big School Walkout for Climate Action”, to demand greater action by the government of climate denier, Scott Morrison.
A chaotic, back-stabbing and farcical week in Australian politics saw the socially conservative, Scott Morrison, become the new Prime Minister earlier today and Scott loves coal.
Once again cheap dirty energy has literally trumped a clean sustainable future
The fracking industry is facing mounting opposition in Australia.
Despite growing international condemnation, oil giant BP seems intent on drilling in the highly sensitive Great Australian Bight off the country’s southern coast, which is home to one of the largest breeding populations of endangered southern right whales in the world.
Yesterday Australian climate activists blockaded the world’s largest coal port and shut it down for several hours, leading to the arrest of 66 people. The protest managed to stop millions of tonnes of coal being exported for a whole day in a hugely significant protest.
Two of Australia’s most iconic marine national treasures are under threat from climate change and fossil fuel extraction.
The environmental community is mourning the death of the award-winning photographer, Gary Braasch, who died yesterday doing a job he loved. He was snorkelling at the northern end of the Great Barrier Reef documenting the effects of climate change.