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Photographs from the orangutan cemetery

Feature Story | 6 March, 2014 at 11:46

WARNING: This story contains distressing images.

Is this our canary in the coal mine?

Blog entry by Alison Orme | 5 March, 2014

Q: What’s white bottomed and sweet as a button and will not take well to an Indian coal giant clearing its home as part of exploration works for Australia’s biggest black coal mine? © Ian Montgomery birdway.com.au A: The Black –Throated Finch...

Is this our canary in the coal mine?

Blog entry by Alison Orme | 5 March, 2014

Q: What’s white bottomed and sweet as a button and will not take well to an Indian coal giant clearing its home as part of exploration works for Australia’s biggest black coal mine? © Ian Montgomery birdway.com.au A: The Black –Throated Finch...

Putting the “bi” back in biodiversity: Greenpeace’s first Mardi Gras appearance

Blog entry by Rashini Suriyaarachchi | 4 March, 2014

This year, Greenpeace celebrated peace and love in all its forms by entering its first ever float into the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.  © Jane Castle/Greenpeace Normally I’d find it hard to wake up early on a cold rainy Sydney...

Putting the “bi” back in biodiversity: Greenpeace’s first Mardi Gras appearance

Blog entry by Rashini Suriyaarachchi | 4 March, 2014

This year, Greenpeace celebrated peace and love in all its forms by entering its first ever float into the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras parade.  © Jane Castle/Greenpeace Normally I’d find it hard to wake up early on a cold rainy Sydney...

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