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Imogen Jubb

Climate science allows us to look ahead to changes in our community. But that's all at risk with the latest job cuts

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Jess Abrahams

The quest to protect Tasmania’s ancient forests and world famous wilderness is familiar to most Australians. But climate change is now adding new threats to Australia's most loved and iconic places

July 13, 2015

Each year we present the Peter Rawlinson Conservation Award to an individual or group in recognition of their outstanding voluntary contribution to conservation. 

July 6, 2015

The rain-forested banks of the Florentine river in Tasmania south seem a world away from the castle-strewn shores of the Rhine River here in Germany’s north west, writes Jess Abrahams from Bonn

Heading Home - April 15, 2015

The Olkola Traditional Owners are finally heading home to their land on Cape York Peninsula.

Ending the cassowary slaughter on Queensland roads - April 8, 2015

The iconic and unique cassowary is under threat and must be protected at all levels of government.