Monday 08 February 2016

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Japan ignores international anger, starts whale hunt

Amidst criticism from Australia as well as key ally, the United States, Japan’s whaling fleet has set out for the Antarctic to resume a hunt for the mammals after a yearlong hiatus. Japan aims to take more than 300 whales […]

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World Catholic leaders want bold climate change deal

Roman Catholic leaders from around the world have made an unprecedented joint appeal to the forthcoming United Nations conference on climate change to produce "a truly transformational" agreement


LibNat PM Abbott takes major tilt at wind farms

Wind farms are "visually awful" and have a "potential health impact", Australia's conservative Liberal-National Prime Minister Tony Abbott has alleged, adding that his government intends to reduce the

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Wind farm study finds no ill effects, so study more

After studying all the available research on the issue of illness resulting from exposure to wind farms the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has found no


Scientists slam government’s Barrier Reef plan

In a scathing appraisal of a draft government plan to manage the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s leading scientific academy has warned the plan was inadequate to restore


Japanese whalers heading back to Antarctic

Just six months after it stopped Japan has told an International Whaling Commission (IWC) meeting it will resume its whaling program in the Antarctic. The announcement comes after a


CSIRO: 99.999% likely humans cause of global warming

A new report by Australia’s lead scientific organisation the CSIRO has declared the chances of global warming being the result of human industry as 99.999 per cent likely.


Solar panel development is a clear winner

Researchers have created new "transparent" solar panels that can create solar energy while also letting people to see-through them. The device has been called transparent luminescent solar concentrator, which


Scientists urge ‘national vision’ on US coastal risk

In a National Research Council report a group of top scientists in the United States has called for a fundamental change to how the country deals with risks


Australia wins Japan whaling case in ICJ

The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has come down in favour of a case brought by Australia and ruled Japan must immediately stop its whaling program in the

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