environment

Fair judgement without surrender: Chloe Hooper’s ‘The Arsonist’

The author of ‘The Tall Man’ tries to understand the motivations of a Black Saturday firebug

Saving Ningaloo again

Western Australia’s World Heritage site isn’t as protected as you’d expect

Activists of a certain age

Meet the septuagenarian fronting a new generation of protesters

Saving Jabiru

What happens when a Northern Territory town reaches its mandated expiry date?

Performing the Anthropocene

Scientists, anthropologists and artists gather to make sense of the Earth’s new epoch

How to speak ‘farm’

Warning: grubby work comes with grubby language

The end of the oceans

The world’s oceans and all marine life are on the brink of total collapse

What we knew when about global warming

Greenhouse gases took 200 years to become a hot topic

Crafting a ceramic habitat for a handfish

Hobart artist Jane Bamford is helping a critically endangered fish to spawn

When planetary catastrophe is your day job

Climate scientists are working hard to keep the apocalypse relevant

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