The world’s largest ecosystem still remains under threat, with the health of the reefs deteriorating rapidly in the last few decades
Although the vault was designed to withstand the end of the world, a sudden climb in temperature on the Spitsburg Island north of the Norwegian mainland caused the permafrost surrounding the vault to melt.
The historic battle of Indigenous Australians in defence of the sacred rock comes to an end. After 32 years of fighting the Anangu community have managed to ban the climbing of Uluru.
“Our land is extremely important to our mob, it ties with our dreaming. We will fight this fracking all the way.”
After 40 years and a scientific breakthrough, the remains have been returned to their final resting place.
By RAPHAEL KIYANI TARA Expeditions are a French non-profit research team that aim to study and uncover how a shifting climate is altering the ecological condition of our oceans. They’ve campaigned [ … ]
The first remote community in the NT powered by renewable solar and battery energy.
Empowering indigenous peoples for land restoration: Australia will take home the Bronze Future Policy Award 2017. Also known as “Oscar for Best Policies”, the Future Policy Award highlights the world’s [ … ]
More on the largest mine project in Australia.
The Adani mine project would become the largest coal-mine in ever have existed in Australia.