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Climate change hits WithOneSeed

A landslide has badly damaged WithOneSeed's little red Drover. The nursery vehicle was hit this week by falling trees when the earth gave way. No one was injured. The landslide highlights the importance of planting trees to hold the earth…

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US ties at risk over climate

Australia risks seriously damaging its international reputation and being isolated in the global debate on climate change unless it rethinks its inaction on greenhouse gases, international experts have warned. Read more here.

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Back to school on carbon facts

Palmer United Party needs to go back to school on carbon facts. Despite their party’s potentially pivotal role in climate policy, Clive Palmer's United Party have both misconstrued basic facts about climate change.When you ask Australians what proportion of climate…

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A view from an influential man…

No evidence that man has caused warming ... Despite the opinion of 97% of the worlds leading scientists, Maurice Newman, the chairman of the Prime Minister's Business Advisory Council discusses climate change and says that there is little correlation between…

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40 Billion Tons

Running out of time

Next year, in December, delegates from more than 190 nations will gather in Paris to take another shot at completing a new global treaty on climate change. This will be the 21st Conference of the Parties under United Nations auspices…

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Carbon Price

Sharing the cost

We all need to pay for climate change mitigation In Australia, two mitigation strategies are competing for favour: a carbon price and emissions trading scheme, and Direct Action. The government has vowed to dissolve the carbon price from July, to…

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Time To Act

Time to act …

The latest United Nations report card on the impacts of climate change predicts Australia will continue to get hotter. The ABC has obtained drafts of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Scientists believe the world is…

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Christine Lagarde

No climate for role change says IMF

Australia was a pioneer in tackling climate change and should remain a pioneer, says the head of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde. "It would be a mistake to assign climate issues to "the back-burner" because action to reduce carbon…

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