It may be hard to think of how you can help the ongoing fight for the environment from the confines of your home, but looking at one thing a lot of us are splurging on at the moment—online shopping—is a good place to start. (Image source: Medium) By Nikita Skuse | @nikita_skuse You’ve probably seen the memes about how you thought being in isolation … Continue reading How sustainable are your online purchases?
Australia is currently suffering from some of the most devastating bushfires. In a time of tragedy, we often seek leadership, support and policy changes from our politicians. But is that support actually there? Continue reading Is there a blanket of smoke covering our politicians’ eyes?
South Australia’s biggest vegan festival is just around the corner, being held for the first time this year at Rundle Park on 26-27 October. Continue reading From the vegan to the ‘v-curious’—The 2019 Vegan Festival Adelaide is for everyone
On the last day of September, Bangkok experienced some of the worst air quality in history. Continue reading There’s no denying the world is facing an air pollution crisis
It was in the labyrinth of the Adelaide city centre, during Monday’s most recent public holiday, where environmentalist cyclists swarmed the streets. Continue reading Extinction Rebellion bike swarm perfectly stages a week of rebellion
Over the years, Gilles at the Grounds has offered the weird and wonderful, attracting collectors, foodies and fashion-lovers alike. Continue reading Gilles for good: The market that’s making a difference
World leaders will view excerpts from environmental documentary 2040 at tomorrow’s Climate Action Summit, hosted by the UN; with one of the film’s ideas posing intriguing implications for Australia. Continue reading 2040: How giant seaweed could be an important tool in our climate-affected future
omorrow, September 20, young people from 120 countries are joining together in what will likely be the biggest climate strike ever. Continue reading Young people prepare to march for change in worldwide climate protests
In the heart of central Australia – a land of scarce water – comes a new discovery: prehistoric marine microfossils from the age of the dinosaurs. Continue reading Dinosaur-age microfossils uncover Australia’s Late Jurassic Inland Sea
Amelia Park farmer Todd Casey knows all too well that drought is “part of the deal” when it comes to farming, but this is admittedly one of the toughest stretches he can remember. Continue reading High and dry: A look inside South Australia’s drought woes