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As part of her internship with G, Megan wrote this account of her long awaited meeting with a real live koala. She explains her concerns for the survival of this now threatened species.
Business and vested interests are saying that the proposed $23 a tonne carbon price is too high but the economics of it are simple: if the price is too low, it will discourage investment in renewable energy technologies and continue the high emissions creating climate change
Moving house or office can be stressful, but it doesn't have to have a high stress on the environment as well.
Climate change is a health hazard. More Australians face dying in heatwaves and they have a greater risk of catching infectious diseases as a result of climate change. Rising temperatures, more natural disasters and changing rainfall patterns will have to affect people's health as much as the environment.
Alongside the increasing interest in sustainable living, one thing that’s particularly encouraging and growing rapidly is the support and green vision from our local councils.
State governments around Australia are now dismantling programs to fight climate change. It will increase emissions
Caitlin from the G office takes on the challenge to grow her own mushrooms.
G’s editor Emma, on why there’s no nobler profession than being a farmer, particularly in our current times.
Melting ice in the Arctic is the Earth's warning signal. It will have knock on effects around the world and it needs to be managed now.
Twelve-year old guest-blogger Mia Vissenjoux from the Keep Australia Beautiful's LITTLE Committee has completed the G challenge and is now in love with worm farming.