The hobby is a risk and a safety hazard, especially if you are a solo diver or predominately diving at night. Continue reading An insight into the underground world of dumpster diving
With renewable energy and battery technology growing, is it worth it for Australia to construct nuclear reactors? Continue reading The controversial topic of nuclear power–should Australia consider it?
It is neither surf nor sunshine any longer in Adelaide, where erosion, storm damage, and coastal mismanagement have left some of our picturesque beachfronts in ruin. Continue reading Stuck in a bad tide: The race to save Adelaide’s metropolitan beaches
Prior to polling day, the New York Times called the 2019 federal election “Australia’s Climate Change Election”, when citizens would vote for urgent and major action against climate change. Continue reading Climate changed the voting choices of young, urban South Australians in the federal election
Thousands of innocent dogs are brutally slaughtered each year in Bali due to high demands for dog meat and a lack of education and understanding of animal welfare. Continue reading The not-for-profit organisation tackling Bali’s animal welfare crisis
Despite 10 countries already doing so, Australia is yet to enforce legislation banning microbeads.
Continue reading Australia yet to enforce legislation ban on microbeads
The fashion industry is one of the biggest polluters in the world, and the environment will not survive if our consumer habits don’t change. Continue reading Fast fashion is killing the environment
Climate change is a major concern for young voters and next month’s election will see many young Australians engage in politics in a way that they likely haven’t before. Continue reading Climate change is influencing the way young people vote and live
Earlier this month, a bushfire swept through the small coastal city of Tathra, NSW, destroying 65 homes, 35 caravans, and small cabins. Continue reading The politicised Tathra bushfires explained