Earth-centred perspectives: economics and governance for a future
In Australia, there’s a bird called the ‘kookaburra‘ and when you hear it call, it sounds like it’s laughing. When you walk near it, it sounds like it’s laughing at you. Australia is full of wonderful flora and fauna that make it a true natural paradise. Indeed this region of […]
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It’s a natural wonder of the world, but does the world even wonder about it?
As Earth Day comes and goes every year, so too do our sea levels elevate, suspended sediments reach ocean waters, and vulnerable coral communities in the Great Barrier Reef face thermal stress in reaction to climate change. The removal of 46 million cubic metres from the Great Barrier Reef’s sea-floor […]