INFOGRAPHIC: Here’s exactly what Adani’s Carmichael coal mine means

OPINION & ANALYSIS: What the Adani Carmichael mine would mean for Queensland, Australia and the world if it goes ahead.

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Government’s energy plan still under wraps while Abbott shouts his from afar

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Speaking in London this week to a climate sceptics group, Tony Abbott gestured to what seems to be happening in government policy – but then set the bar higher.

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Tony Abbott’s London speech is another salvo in the interminable climate policy war

OPINION & ANALYSIS: As Tony Abbott accepts another pat on the back from a roomful of climate deniers in London, we may wonder how long business interests in Australia will tolerate his wrecking, undermining and sniping.

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The world’s tropical zone is expanding, and Australia should be worried

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Researchers have observed that, as climate zones change, animals and plants migrate to keep up. But as biodiversity and ecosystem services are threatened, species that can’t adjust to rapidly changing conditions face extinction.

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18 gorgeous photos to celebrate the deep blue glory of the world’s oceans

IN PICTURES: The oceans are our lifeblood and our playground. Let these stunning images inspire us to do a better job of protecting them.

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Time for China and Europe to lead, as Trump waves goodbye to the Paris climate deal

OPINION & ANALYSIS: While it is too early to predict how Chinese and European leadership will manifest in practice, in the face of American obstruction they are arguably the world’s best hope, if not its only hope.

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Year-on-year bleaching threatens Great Barrier Reef’s World Heritage status

ANALYSIS & OPINION: The extreme marine heatwave in 2016 killed two-thirds of the corals along a 700km stretch of the northern Great Barrier Reef, from Port Douglas to Papua New Guinea. It was a game-changer for the reef and for how we manage it.

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We are killing our only planet Earth. It’s no joke

The waves are lapping at our Pacific Island neighbours’ doors and all our political leaders can do is laugh, writes Tess Lawrence.

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UK MP calls Australian climate stance incomprehensible

Conservative UK MP Richard Benyon criticised PM Tony Abbott’s leadership on Australia’s approach to climate change

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The rise of eco-friendly travel

Increasing numbers of us are concerned about how our travels impact the environments and local communities of our destinations.

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Bushfires show Abbott Government in climate denial, says Milne

Christine Milne says bushfires expose Federal Government’s nonsense and inaction on climate change.

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Direct Action carbon policy claim ridiculed

Environment Minister Greg Hunt’s ‘claim that his Direct Action plan to meet Australia’s ‘world leading’ carbon emissions reduction target is vindicated by the UN has been mocked by political opponents and the Climate Change Authority.

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Australia’s child prosperity rank in G20 not good enough: economists

Australia ranked third overall in a survey into G20 child prosperity trailing behind Germany and France. But economists at Save Our Children say it is not good enough.

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Australia warned of staggering economic costs’ of climate change

Australia’s Climate Council this week warned of significant loss of infrastructure, potentially costing the country billions.

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Clive Palmer and Al Gore exchange fond words

Clive Palmer and former US vice-president Al Gore presented as an odd couple but they had nothing but admiration for each other as they talk over carbon tax and emissions trading scheme.

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