Blogpost by Aaron Gray-Block, Media Relations Specialist at Greenpeace International The Australian continent might be about 4,000 km wide from east to west, but even the far west coast cannot escape the winds of Cyclone Rusty and the alarming...
Did you know that Australians use a whopping 14 billion drinks containers every year? All those bottles and cans add up to a lot of rubbish if they’re not recycled -- much of it ending up in landfill, on our beaches, and in the ocean.
We’ve had another huge breakthrough in our campaign to end destructive fishing. Australia's biggest retailer – Woolworths - has finally cast its vote for sustainable tuna fishing.
Australia has no shortage of big mines. But a new monster coal mine moving through the planning process in Queensland is set to dwarf all others.
The impossible might be happening. After more than 10 years of campaigning against Asia Pulp & Paper, one of the biggest companies responsible for rainforest destruction, the company has agreed to immediately halt any further deforestation and...
This blog first appeared in The Punch Last Friday, the Environment Minister Tony Burke effectively told UNESCO, ‘don’t worry, be happy’, in response to grave concerns about the future of the Great Barrier Reef. Burke’s response follows a UNESCO...
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