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Uncle Major at the Murray mouth

Riverdance

April 8, 2014

Following the songlines of the Murray-Darling you find journeys of connection and transformation, guided by the insights of Indigenous knowledge holders.

WA Senate could decide the fate of our environment

March 19, 2014

The Senators that Western Australians elect could decide the fate of our environment. Voting for nature could save it.

Meat Free Week: eat less, care more, feel good.

March 17, 2014

The water and pollution impacts of meat consumption are undeniably significant. Eating a little less meat, can make a big difference.

  • Ten reasons why we need more contact with nature - February 26, 2014

    Acclaimed author and the dynamo behind the new nature movement, Richard Louv gives us ten reasons why we need more contact with nature.

  • Wild about nature - February 23, 2014

    The dramatic benefits of nature on our wellbeing do not stop at the view. ACF's social & cultural change manager Angela Rutter goes for a walk into our wild nature.

  • 'It's been hot before': faulty logic skews the climate debate - February 21, 2014

    It is greatly concerning that Australian policy and the climate debate is being dictated by science-distorting false logic.

  • Heatwaves and global warming - February 11, 2014

    It’s common knowledge that one of the main effects of global warming is an increase in the number and severity of extreme weather events.

  • The Order of Australia - January 31, 2014

    Climate Reality Leader Peter Boyer was awarded an Order of Australia Medal for his service to conservation and the environment.

  • With more heatwaves to come, how will our cities hold up? - January 17, 2014

    Australia’s south east is currently sweltering under an intense heatwave.How will our cities hold up after days of extreme heat?

  • Keeping cool in the heatwave - January 16, 2014

    Scientists tell us that extreme hot weather will become even more frequent and severe in Australia over the coming decades.

  • Sunshine is the new coalmine - January 14, 2014

    Open cut mines and coal ports are one option for the Great Barrier Reef, or we can look up and see the light.

  • The Anstey-Keane damplands: A botanical jewel - January 14, 2014

    Perth’s south-eastern suburbs hide a rich botanical jewel, but plans for a road through Forrestdale threaten to shatter its worth. 

  • Munro Court - January 14, 2014

    Natural light pours through windows, grape vines creep along walls and chickens cluck by the vegetable patch. Could this be the future of housing development?