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People, Thomas Newsome 1

Climate emergency six step remedy

November 7, 2019 Uncategorised
It must be extremely frustrating for scientists who are witnesses to how human actions are impacting on the earths life support systems, to have their…
People, Sarah Allely

The healing powers of nature

November 4, 2019 Uncategorised
There is an increasing body of evidence supporting claims that various human conditions, both physical and mental, can be healed by nature.   Before we jump…
People, Emma Duncan, seen light on environment

A shift in thinking to benefit the next generation

October 26, 2019 Uncategorised
What are the factors that bring about a change of heart.  For some it's a singular light bulb moment.  For others it's a gradual building…
People, Eric Campbell

Insects and the Windshield Phenomenon.

October 18, 2019 Uncategorised
Not only bees ... insects and why they matter The downside to wishing bugs would bugger off is what happens when they do.  Where do…
People, Leila Jeffreys, Bird Nerd

Nature is more than a place to visit – it is home

October 12, 2019 Uncategorised
The magic and majesty of bird whisperer Leila Jeffreys Love and affection between humans is seen as natural and to be expected.  But we can…
People, Badger Bates 1

Water, trees, habitat, biodiversity and economic growth

October 1, 2019 Uncategorised
Image: A renowned artist and Aboriginal Sites Officer with National Parks, Badger Bates has been talking about the health of the Darling River for years…
People, Jane Gleeson-White

Two perspectives on what price nature?

September 30, 2019 Uncategorised
For those who like to read, and for those who like to listen, this post has both.  First, Valuing country: Let me count three ways. by Jane…
Wilderness walk, Lake view

Woodlands Walk

September 27, 2019 Uncategorised
It was a typical Spring day with warm temperatures and sunny skies. What a way to start the weekend but with a woodlands walk with…
People, Alejandro Frid

Who’s behind the influx of invasive species?

September 24, 2019 Uncategorised
The focus of resource management decisions “should be on what is left behind, not what is taken.” Hard as it might be to accept, the…
Fauna, eastern-barred-bandicoot

Can we put an end to species extinction?

September 4, 2019 Uncategorised
Featured image: Eastern bandicoot, living on Munibung Hill, is a close relative of the Bilby - one of the species on the to-save list. With…

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