Thursday 11 February 2016

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Pope: humans betray God on environment

The leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics, Pope Francis, has again weighed into the global debate on climate change and the environment, saying in the text of a speech that humans were destroying nature and betraying God’s calling to […]

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OECD proposes plan for ‘zero emissions’

The head of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Angel Gurria, says getting rid of fossil fuel subsidies and pricing carbon are fundamental to cutting global

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Picture your local wetlands and win

WetlandCare Australia is calling on Australians to enter photographs of local wetlands to WCA’s seventh annual Photography Prize. The Photography Prize has four categories open this year: Wetland Fauna,


NSW coalmine expansion near heritage area rejected

A proposal to expand open cut mining operations near a World Heritage Area in New South Wales has been rejected by the state Department of Planning. Coalpac had applied


Suzuki labels Lib-Nat govt environmental ‘barbarians’

In a hard-hitting speech, Canadian environmentalist Dr David Suzuki has criticised Australia’s new conservative Liberal-National government’s policy on climate change and exhorted Australians to embrace renewable energy. Dr Suzuki


Court challenge to NSW coal mine could be last

According to the Nature Conservation Council in New South Wales a community challenge against a Hunter Valley coal mine in the Land and Environment Court could be the


Red List shows 21,000 species risk extinction

According to an updated Red List a freshwater shrimp, an island-dwelling lizard and a pupfish from Arizona have been declared extinct, while nearly 21,000 species are at risk


EU turns to green infrastructure solutions

The European Union has adopted a new strategy aimed at promoting green infrastructure, and putting natural processes at the heart of its spatial planning. Under the new strategy the

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Study: coal and cattle most damaging to nature

A new United Nations-backed report says coal-fired power generation in Asia and cattle farming in South America are the most damaging businesses for nature with hidden costs that


Report: benefits of mining over-exaggerated

A report has found resource companies are exaggerating the projected economic and employment benefits of coal mining and gas projects in Australia’s most populous state New South Wales.

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