Flooding our cities with artificial light affects more than our view of the heavens, research has proved it can also harm our wildlife.
Climate change is impacting our day-to-day lives both environmentally and economically.
An announcement by the Chinese environmental ministry has social media users celebrating.
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef World Heritage listing is currently splashed across the international press for all the wrong reasons.
South of the northern lights, there lies another aurora-like phenomenon: STEVE (or Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement, formally). It’s distinguished by a large, purple stream of plasma. One of the many unique things about STEVE is its accompanied ‘picket fence’. Vertical green stripes line the purple ribbon, and these have some mystery surrounding them. Due […]
The rise of popular online shopping store Depop has caught the attention of avid thrifters and those seeking second-hand fashion or small fashion business’. Isabella Essuman is the small business owner of fashion brand Soul Vintage Co, a Depop and Instagram account known for their eco friendly pieces. Soul Vintage Co prides themselves on their […]
Eco-ableism is simply a form of ableism, or discrimination in favour of able-bodied people. Like racism, ableism marginalises a group of people and creates a second class citizenry. Biodegradable products are typically less accessible, more expensive, and rarely offer a genuine replacement for their plastic predecessor. Recent environmental campaigns have focused on the use of plastic […]
By Michael Chantiri Amidst all the bedlam and chaos of this pandemic, a lot of people are rightfully fearful of the future. What to do seems to be the question of the hour, it’s enough to drive anyone a little crazy. However, what no one is asking about is the birds. Since no one is […]
The amazing difference in air quality, due to COVID-19 Internationally, nations have all been battling the COVID-19 pandemic. As we all are aware quarantine measures have been implemented and full lock downs in China, Italy, France and Spain with more to come. As scary as it all is, there are positives that have arisen from […]
Daisy Jeffrey, 17, is one of the key school students driving the School Strike 4 Climate, which on September 20 mobilised more than 300,000 people across Australia to protest for government action on climate change. Daisy spoke with Kat Vella. Featured image: School Strike/CC/flickr