By: Sheridan Voysey Last year an Australian friend came to visit me. When Jason arrived I wasted no time showing him the best of Oxfordshire, taking him to Blenheim Palace, the Bodleian Library, Oxford’s old quarter, and cosy villages with thatched-roof cottages to prove such things really did exist outside of Midsomer Murders reruns. Visits […]

20 runners from around the world competed in the inaugural Bali Hope SwimRun event, raising funds and awareness to help protect Nusa Lembongan.

In her new book Waste Not, eco-blogger Erin Rhoads says that every year, Australian households produce enough rubbish to fill a three bedroom home.

A remarkable process that was dreamed up by a teenager, has just begun in the Pacific Ocean—and it could help save our struggling ocean ecosystems.

An international study has found the Earth is at risk of increases in temperatures and sea level that would be devastating for human civilisation.

Baby wombats, baby Tasmanian Devils and a Koala learning to jump for the first time – it doesn’t get much cuter, or more Australian, than this.

Good news! There are plastic coffee cups made, not from fossil fuel, but corn and it’s totally compostable.

A Christian movement is inviting Australians to share in the wonder of creation with a series of reflections and other resources from their climate justice team.

Australia is facing a rubbish and recycling crisis of enormous proportions. Our addiction to a throwaway culture is catching up with us.

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