Climate change

Logging in Papua New Guinea

Our life-giving forests

June 2021

In Issue 126 (Winter 2021), Dr Reese Halter celebrates the carbon-storing, rain-creating and simple majesty of trees.

The dramatic decline in the bogong moth population has had a deleterious impact on the endangered pygmy possum.

Where have all the insects gone?

January 2020

Reese Halter investigates new research revealing the alarming loss of insects all over the planet, what is causing it, which insects are most affected and what we can do.

By supporting the soil we will help the planet.

Taking care of our planet

December 2019

Linda Cockburn says we can all take effective action to bring about necessary change to help our planet. We can start with supporting our soils.

Plan A - Saving planet earth

Plan A – Saving earth

January 2018

How do we save Earth’s life-support systems and ourselves in the process? Dr Reese Halter reports. 

White-lipped green tree frog.

Organic solutions for a changing climate

February 2020

There's a lot to cope with in the garden when the climate is so uncertain -- and it's not just the plants, we need to watch out for the locals as well. Leonie Shanahan has some ideas to help.

The CSIRO’s Newcastle solar thermal station

Renewable energy breakthroughs

January 2016

Dr. REESE HALTER reveals some of the technological, social and farming

breakthroughs that will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Climate in crisis

November 2015

Dr. REESE HALTER looks at current climate change conditions and measures to avert crisis.

 

Worms help the soil

Worm warriors

May 2015

Diverse soil communities can limit the effects of climate change, explains PENNY WOODWARD.

bee on echinacea flower

A dying buzz

October 2014

Climate disruption and insecticides known as neonics are proving a deadly combination for bees, writes DR REESE HALTER.

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