environment

Coal cursed

The fossil-fuel lobby could not have created the climate wars so easily without the preceding culture wars

Weathering the cost

After 300 inquiries into natural disasters and emergency management, insurers are taking the lead

Witnessing the unthinkable

New climate modelling suggests planetary crisis is coming much sooner than previously thought

Quiet life

The acoustic ecologists documenting our quieted world

Read after burning

Do the great philosophers offer guidance for disaster recovery?

Slow work

Neighbours and friends rebuilding communities after the bushfires

Hopes and leaves

The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital working around the clock to treat victims of the bushfires

The fraught politics of Fire Fight Australia

The imperatives of commercial media mean that the bushfire crisis is unlikely to be a tipping point for denialism

Planting hope

A community gardening program is bringing hope to asylum seekers

Silver linings

Having survived Afghanistan as a counterintelligence officer, a traumatised vet and his family lost their farm in the Adelaide Hills bushfires

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