Category Archives: education

The value of a street education

School students, facing a lifetime of climate chaos, have every right to protest in the streets. A few words last week from Scott Morrison and his resources minister, Matt Canavan, could only have widened an already obvious gap between them … Continue reading

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A new generation tackles climate change

With the final nail in the climate policy coffin driven home, younger Australians take up the battle Former CSIRO climate scientist John Church is now free of the constraints of government service and able to speak his mind. He did … Continue reading

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Imagining a future where justice prevails

Elite sports have many options to deal with climate change not available to most. A Hobart conference looks at how we deal with climate injustice. How much heat and humidity should halt tennis matches? When temperatures pass 40C should cricketers … Continue reading

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