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How climate change is changing us

Keynote address to plenary session 2010 School Conference, School of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart, 2 July 2010. View YouTube video here and here. [3 July 2010 |┬áPeter Boyer] [Professor] Elaine Stratford [head, School of Geography and … Continue reading

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When will we ever learn?

Why is it so difficult for people and governments to understand why we must protect our natural environment? Continue reading

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Climate change is the responsibility of everyone

In tackling the challenge of climate change we need to abandon old prejudices, cross borders into unfamiliar territory, and speak to our enemies. This is a task for everyone. Continue reading

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