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Australia's bushfires will create big problems for fresh drinking water
When huge quantities of ash wash into rivers, dams, and eventually the sea, they will likely pollute water supplies and kill aquatic wildlife.
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Community Spirit Drives National Firefighting Effort
Australia’s bushfire stricken regions and communities need your help as they slowly begin to recover and rebuild in the coming months.
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Long Life Linked To Strong Arts
Heading down to your local museum, art gallery or local theatre could help you live a longer life suggests a recent study out of the UK.
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Australia’s Urban Future Needs Better Planning
Australia’s largest cities are not preparing well for rapid population growth as the growing trend towards urbanisation continues unabated suggests a new report examining the long-term urban plans for Adelaide and Sydney.
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Australia’s Summer Of Extremities
Monash University’s, School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Emeritus Professor Neville Nicholls says while public attention on the disastrous bushfire crisis in Australia will rightly continue for weeks to come, we shouldn't forget other weather and climate challenges looming.
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Genes Without Price – Great Barrier Reef DNA Frozen For The Future
The nation’s top marine scientists have quietly spent the past decade collecting – and cryofreezing - sperm and egg samples from the Great Barrier Reef during its annual spawning season.
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Slowing Global Warming By Accident
The world has already slowed global warming more successfully than the Kyoto Agreement and we kind of did it by accident.
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Australia's Unique Wildlife Suffers From Bushfire Crisis
Some of the grimmest images coming out of the devastating bushfires sweeping Australia depict the monstrous loss of wildlife with estimates putting the loss at well over half a billion animals lost.
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There Was Some Good Times In 2019
In a year where there seems to have been an avalanche of bad news, there has also been plenty of uplifting stories which tend to get forgotten in a news cycle that seems to thrive on a negative feedback loop.
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Tinderbox Nation As Australia Lives Through Hottest Days On Record
Australia’s most populous state is bracing itself for its hottest day of the year combined with strong winds, even as it faces dozens of major fires still burning and its largest city is still reeling from its smokiest day ever.
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