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Deseret News
John Hoffmire: Climate change presents skewed vulnerabilities and the ethical imperativeThe discourse around climate change is often spiced by vested interests, denial
John Hoffmire: Climate change presents skewed vulnerabilities and the ethical imperative
Deseret News / Posted 2 days ago
The discourse around climate change is often spiced by vested interests, denial, skepticism, exaggeration and inertia. Even in rare constructive moments, the discussions are primarily limited to factual and technical analysis. This overriding focus... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Biochar increases soil fertility and water retention: WA avocado farmer Fiona Pepper and Bridget Fitzgerald Photo: Denmark Biochar group members, Ba
Biochar increases soil fertility and water retention: WA avocado farmer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
Fiona Pepper and Bridget Fitzgerald Photo: Denmark Biochar group members, Bart Lebbing and Fred Pearce standing beside biochar kilns they have constructed. (Fiona Pepper) For... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australian of the Year in pictures1960: Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, the virologist and immunologist, won the Nob
Australian of the Year in pictures
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
1960: Sir Frank Macfarlane Burnet, the virologist and immunologist, won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1960 as well as being named the Australian of the Year. Fairfax image 1961: Australian opera singer, Joan Sutherland, at a civic reception at... Read more
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Perth Now
Seaweed could help in climate fightSEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturi
Seaweed could help in climate fight
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
SEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturing could help the world combat climate change. CLIMATE Council co-founder Tim Flannery says there's potential in coming decades to draw up to four billion tonnes of... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Seaweed could help in climate fightSEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturi
Seaweed could help in climate fight
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
SEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturing could help the world combat climate change. CLIMATE Council co-founder Tim Flannery says there's potential in coming decades to draw up to four billion tonnes of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Seaweed could help in climate fightSEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturi
Seaweed could help in climate fight
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
SEAWEED, special rocks and turning carbon pollution into fibres for manufacturing could help the world combat climate change. CLIMATE Council co-founder Tim Flannery says there's potential in coming decades to draw up to four billion tonnes of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Heat on Abbott as Climate Council finds Australia lags in emission cutsA new report, Halfway to Paris: How the world is tracking on Climate Change, sh
Heat on Abbott as Climate Council finds Australia lags in emission cuts
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
A new report, Halfway to Paris: How the world is tracking on Climate Change, shows Australia is one of the largest emitters per capita and the 13th largest greenhouse gas emitter in the world, ahead of 182 other countries. Australia will become a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Cool headsTime is short but it is still possible to avoid a climate crisis, according to
Cool heads
Otago Daily Times / Posted 9 days ago
Time is short but it is still possible to avoid a climate crisis, according to two new books, one each from either side of the Tasman. Tom McKinlay reports. There's a crisis in Professor Tim Flannery's house. It sounds like it might have something... Read more
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The Courier
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
The Courier / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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The Young Witness
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
The Young Witness / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Western Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Kiama Independent / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Manning River Times
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Manning River Times / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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The North West Star
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
The North West Star / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
9 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
9 related stories
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The Border Mail
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entrie
Litbits: Could your kid be a published author in Canberra?
The Border Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Budding authors are wanted for the Young Writers' Award. Young writers Entries are now open for the Young Writers' Award, an opportunity for children aged between 9 and 13 to become published writers. They need to write either a short story or a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate changeTim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jes
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate change
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
Tim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jessica Hromas Hope isn't a word that often comes to mind amid the rancour over climate change. But that's the term Tim Flannery has chosen to sum up his latest assessment... Read more
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WA Today
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate changeTim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jes
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate change
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
Tim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jessica Hromas Hope isn't a word that often comes to mind amid the rancour over climate change. But that's the term Tim Flannery has chosen to sum up his latest assessment... Read more
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The Age
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate changeTim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jes
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate change
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Tim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jessica Hromas Hope isn't a word that often comes to mind amid the rancour over climate change. But that's the term Tim Flannery has chosen to sum up his latest assessment... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate changeTim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jes
Tim Flannery's message of hope: new third way technologies will help combat climate change
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Tim Flannery: climate change will "define the lives of generations". Photo: Jessica Hromas Hope isn't a word that often comes to mind amid the rancour over climate change. But that's the term Tim Flannery has chosen to sum up his latest assessment... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Editor's notebook — Aug. 14Best Facebook messages this week: Hereford scribe Mike Higgins is a baseball fa
Editor's notebook — Aug. 14
Clovis News Journal / Posted 19 days ago
Best Facebook messages this week: Hereford scribe Mike Higgins is a baseball fanatic who may know more than any living soul about the history of the minor-league game in this region. He’s apparently stumbled upon files from one of the last... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abbott defends climate targets which critics say don't go far enoughCarbon emissions: Tony Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Australia's climate ta
Abbott defends climate targets which critics say don't go far enough
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
Carbon emissions: Tony Prime Minister Tony Abbott says Australia's climate targets have struck the right balance between protecting the economy and the environment, but green... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030SYDNEY: Australia plans to reduce carbon emissions by at least 26 percent from
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
SYDNEY: Australia plans to reduce carbon emissions by at least 26 percent from 2005 levels by 2030, Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced Tuesday (Aug 11), but environmentalists said the target fell well short of what was needed to tackle global... Read more
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PhysOrg
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030Environmentalists accused Australia of not doing enough to curb the pollution b
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
Environmentalists accused Australia of not doing enough to curb the pollution blamed for global warming, saying the government fell well short of doing its fair share globally Australia plans to reduce carbon emissions by at least 26 percent from... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030Abbott said his conservative government's target was "fairly in the middle" of
Australia pledges 26% emissions cut by 2030
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 22 days ago
Abbott said his conservative government's target was "fairly in the middle" of those made by comparable economies which will be taken to an upcoming global climate conference in Paris. "We have come to the position our 2030 emissions reduction... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Abbott slammed over 'pathetically' weak emissions targetCarbon emissions: 'Pathetically weak' 26pc target leaves Australia trailing wor
Abbott slammed over 'pathetically' weak emissions target
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 days ago
Carbon emissions: 'Pathetically weak' 26pc target leaves Australia trailing world on climate change, say Labor and Greens Labor and the Greens have jointly denounced the Federal Government's new plan to cut carbon emissions, warning it will put... Read more
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KGTV San Diego
Annual luau, surfing competition raises money for cancer research at UCSD Moores Cancer CenterSAN DIEGO - The annual luau and surfing competition fundraiser for the U.C. San
Annual luau, surfing competition raises money for cancer research at UCSD Moores Cancer Center
KGTV San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
SAN DIEGO - The annual luau and surfing competition fundraiser for the U.C. San Diego Moores Cancer Center is scheduled today near Scripps Pier in La Jolla. The event, which has raised nearly $6.5 million for the center over 22 years, starts with... Read more
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The Border Mail
Write climate for talesScientist Tim Flannery and chef Adam Liaw among speakers FORMER Australian of
Write climate for tales
The Border Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Scientist Tim Flannery and chef Adam Liaw among speakers FORMER Australian of the Year Tim Flannery and television chef Adam Liaw are among the guests at this year's Write Around The Murray Festival. The Albury literary showcase has a theme of... Read more
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Philly.com
Burrell joins the wall of fameDid the Phillies get enough in return for pitcher Cole Hamels? The former left
Burrell joins the wall of fame
Philly.com / Posted 1 months ago
Did the Phillies get enough in return for pitcher Cole Hamels? The former leftfielder kept the mood light as he went off the script with a lighthearted speech that took playful jabs at some of his former managers and teammates. Burrell sarcastically... Read more
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The Betoota Advocate
7 Other Australian Of The Year Recipients Who Also Deserve To Be Mercilessly Booed Tony Abbott poses with 2014 Australian of the year, Adam Goodes. 31 July, 20
7 Other Australian Of The Year Recipients Who Also Deserve To Be Mercilessly Booed
The Betoota Advocate / Posted 1 months ago
Tony Abbott poses with 2014 Australian of the year, Adam Goodes. 31 July, 2015. 11:30 The Australian Of The Year is described as “a unique award that it is... Read more

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