Monthly Archives: December 2007

Are our eyes too big for our stomachs?

Our ability to meet the challenge of global warming is under threat from an ever-growing appetite for protein. Continue reading

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The road from Bali

With the Bali climate meeting over, Kevin Rudd must put behind him the applause and back-slapping and put meat on the bare bones of his climate change policies. Continue reading

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Trees: a lifeline from nature

The capacity of mature native forests to store carbon is a valuable asset that we need to preserve. Continue reading

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