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Australian wildlife holocaust with fires and govt policies

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WILDLIFE GENOCIDE . . .  AUSTRALIA IS A GRAVEYARD AFTER SPENDING MOST of the Christmas break talking to wildlife carers in NSW, Queensland and South Australia, it’s very apparent we’re witnessing a deliberate calculated effort by governments to ensure the genocide of our unique, irreplaceable defenceless wildlife. There’s simply zero attention on

Pastoral revival, the Wooleen Way

DAVID POLLARD, PASTORALIST and author of The Wooleen Way has joined a growing number of regenerative farmers including the Monaro’s Charles Massy (Call of the Reed Warbler) showing the way toward a different compact with the nature of Australia. They say it is high time if farming and grazing in this

Like other Australian Wildlife: birdlife is in deep trouble

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AS I LOOK around the Australian continent what I see happening to Australia’s birdlife is deeply troubling. In Victoria there is now a mounting tension among the section of the community that cares about birdlife as we wait to hear if the Victorian Labor Government calls yet another duck shooting season. Mass-scale

Bushfire mayors want climate change on the table

MAYORS FROM THIRTEEN thirteen councils have signed a statement calling on the federal government to acknowledge the link between climate change and the catastrophic fires that have swept through NSW and Queensland. A bushfire threatens a lone home (Ash Hogan).The federal government has so far refused to acknowledge that climate

Timetable set down for waste export ban

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AUSTRALIA’S ENVIRONMENT MINISTERS have agreed to ban the export of all glass and plastic waste from July 2021. After meeting in Adelaide last week the Commonwealth, state and Territory ministers signed up to a timetable for phasing out all waste exports starting from next July. Under the agreement, glass will be banned

Climate crisis: 11,000 scientists warn of ‘untold suffering’

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THE WORLD’S PEOPLE face “untold suffering due to the climate crisis” unless there are major transformations to global society, according to a stark warning from more than 11,000 scientists. “We declare clearly and unequivocally that planet Earth is facing a climate emergency,” it states. “To secure a sustainable future, we must

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