Tag Archives: coastal management

Preparing a new generation for living sustainably

How schools are stepping in where public discourse has failed In September, carbon dioxide levels in the air are at their annual minimum. For the first time in human history, last month they stayed above 400 parts per million, making it all … Continue reading

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The CSIRO spat that Australia can’t afford to ignore

The future of climate research in Australia is an issue tailor-made for Malcolm Turnbull to take a stand on. Yet he remains aloof from the debate. A notable centenary happens next month. On March 16, 1916, a young Australian nation … Continue reading

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The old family shack and the sea

The changing face of seaside living has made coastal land management a trickier proposition and the need for solutions more urgent than ever. [28 January 2014 | Peter Boyer] With the dinghy pulled up on the beach a stone’s throw … Continue reading

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