All Articles on Australia

This C.I.A. in the lobby of the agency's Original Headquarters Building. News
After US Senator Asks Public to 'Imagine' CIA Interfering in Foreign Elections, Historians Are Like... Uhhh
Australia, of course, is not the only country whose politics the U.S. has meddled in since the creation of the C.I.A. in 1947.
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Despite 'Enormous Potential' as Carbon Sink, Australia's Damaged Coastal Ecosystems Spewing Millions of Tons of CO2
"Australia is in a position to take a leading role in developing policies to offset greenhouse gas emissions which can then be implemented around the world."
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In Pictures and Video: What 'Biggest Day of Climate Action in Planetary History' Looks Like as Over 4 Million Strike Worldwide
"We're here to reclaim our right to live, our right to breathe, our right to exist."
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, middle, watered down a climate crisis resolution this week at the Pacific Islands Forum. News
Behavior of Australia's Prime Minister at Pacific Islands Forum Makes Clear Climate Crisis Not A Priority
"Watered-down climate language has real consequences—like water-logged homes, schools, communities, and ancestral burial grounds."
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Example of 'Unknown Unknowns,' Study Detailing 'Almost Instant Mortality of Corals' Suggests Crisis Worse Than Previously Understood
"The water temperatures are so warm that the coral animal doesn't bleach... the animal dies and its underlying skeleton is all that remains."
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We still have time to try and avert the scale of the disaster, but we must respond as we would in an emergency. (Photo: Martyn Aim/Getty Images) Views
The Terrible Truth of Climate Change
The latest science is alarming, even for climate scientists
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'Despair Ends and Tactics Begin': Extinction Rebellion Aims to Shut Down Brisbane With Mass Civil Disobedience
"Our rebellion must happen to disrupt the business as usual of a system that is accelerating the existential threat."
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A family wading through the salty sea water that flooded their village in Eita, Kiribati, on September 30, 2015. News
In 'Visionary' Document, Small Island Nations Declare 'Climate Crisis' in Pacific
Declaration includes demand for end to fossil fuel development and for nations most responsible for crisis to "urgently change direction."
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WATCH: Australian Singer Releases Music Video She Calls 'Homage to the Youth Climate Movement'
Montaigne's "READY," says 350 Australia, is "a powerful call to action on the climate crisis."
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Sharan Burrow says political leaders need to give working people confidence in a 'just transition' away from coal. (Photo: Wayne Taylor/Sydney Morning Herald) News
Backing Just Transition for Workers, International Union Leader Says, 'No Jobs on a Dead Planet'
"We will work to see no one is left behind," vowed the general secretary of the world's largest trade union confederation
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