Greenpeace’s new special report outlines 91 coal new projects planned for Australia and how they drive climate change.
One of our undercover photographer has sent pictures showing a magnificent endangered fin whale being harpooned and diced up by an Icelandic ship.
World leaders are meeting this fortnight to decide how our government is tracking on its promise to save the Great Barrier Reef from spiralling coal exports.
Our leading scientists have confirmed that most of the world's coal, including Australia's, must not be used if we are to prevent global warming from getting a lot worse.
Coal threatens everything we love and treasure and we now have new research to establish this in our report "Silent Killers".
Abbot Point is at the heart of the battle to save the Great Barrier Reef from coal and climate change. Of the nine coal terminals proposed in the World Heritage Area four are proposed at Abbot Point.
When Australians spoke out to stop the Margiris last year, we helped secure a two-year ban that stopped the destructive supertrawler emptying our oceans of fish.
Right now millions of families in India are confronting the worst drought in 40 years.
Plastic trash is a problem all over the world. Many bottles and cans do get recycled, but billions don’t, so they end up in landfill, on our beaches, in our oceans, parks and other public spaces.
June Norman might look like your average grandma. But on 1 June 2013 she started an epic 1186 kilometre journey on foot from Cairns to Gladstone to protect the Great Barrier Reef.
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