Climate change

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. 

Mobile biochar kiln

Biochar explained

June 2017

Simon Webster investigates biochar and reveals Peter Cundall's method for making it.

Child labour in Indian village

Fabric of life

May 2017

The rapacious ‘fast fashion’ industry is damaging the planet. Liz Ginis speaks with leaders at the forefront of sustainable change. 

 

kelp forests are havens for sea life

Sending out an SOS

April 2015

The world's oceans are fundamental to human survival but they are also in peril. Is it too late to save our seas? asks DR REESE HALTER.

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.

Peter Cundall

A life-giving revolution

February 2018

In our 100th issue, Peter Cundall reflects on the organic growing movement and its role in countering the destructive effects of industrial agriculture. 

Fighting for our forests

Fighting for our forests

August 2016

The world's forests are the lifeblood of Earth, yet their future is threatened, and our existence with it. It's time to turn back the tide, one tree at a time, writes DR REESE HALTER.

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.

 

Snow in the NSW Blue Mountains July 17 2015

Weather versus climate

July 2015

Current cold weather has social media in a frenzy, but JUSTIN RUSSELL says, don't believe the hype - it's winter after all.

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