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  • Five quick facts about cleaning up after coal

    13 March 2018

    Port Augusta in South Australia is on its way to a clean energy future, with less health problems for its community - but only if we clean up after coal properly. We’ve got five facts to get you up to speed on the why and how of cleaning up after coal from our latest report, Done and Dusted: Cleaning up Coal Ash in Port Augusta.

  • Coal, Guns, and Secrecy: Why you need to know about Efic

    7 March 2018

    Large-scale, detrimental fossil-fuel projects (think Adani’s Carmichael coal mine) need one key thing in order to go ahead. Funding. But where does this funding come from? Well, in a lot of cases, it comes from banks.

  • Why should we care about krill?

    28 February 2018

    When you think of Antarctica, most people think of penguins, seals, whales and even polar bears! Well, they’d be right (except for the polar bears – that’s the Arctic). But there’s one animal in particular that doesn’t get enough cred – the humble krill.

  • Give Peace a Chance Australia and Japan

    20 February 2018

    John Lennon’s anti-war anthem was penned out of frustration with a pesky reporter. When the then Beatle was asked what he wanted to achieve by staging a “Bed-in” with his newly-married wife he said “Why don’t you just give peace a chance?”

  • MARCH OF THE PENGUINS

    29 January 2018

    This morning, people around the world are waking up to pictures of penguin sightings across the globe.

  • ARCTIC OIL: THE VERDICT IS IN

    11 January 2018

    Last November, we made history together as our movement launched an unprecedented people-powered legal challenge to Arctic Oil.

  • FASHION ACTIVISM – SAVING THE REEF WITH SCARVES

    4 January 2018

    Inspired by her passion for underwater photography, photographer and designer Sophie Robertson has a fierce determination to help protect Australia’s unique coastline, from the Great Barrier Reef all the way to the Great Australian Bight.