All Articles on Australia

A firefighter attempts to residential areas from encroaching bushfires in the Central Coast around 90-110 kilometres north of Sydney, Australia on December 10, 2019. Views
Australia’s Tragedy Is a Cautionary Tale for the US Presidential Election
There is no substitute for a systemic reorientation on climate – or a movement that unequivocally supports it.
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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday received an earful from angry residents of the devastated town of Cobargo. News
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison Heckled for Insufficient Response to Bushfires by Residents of Devastated Community
"You're not welcome, you fuckwit."
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'Entire Species Are Being Wiped Out': Ecologists Say Half a Billion Animals May Have Been Killed by Australia Wildfires
"The fires have burned so hot and so fast that there has been significant mortality of animals in the trees, but there is such a big area now that is still on fire and still burning that we will probably never find the bodies."
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Canberra, Australia on Wednesday was so smoky that visibility past a few hundred yards was virtually non-existent. News
Smoke From Australia Fires Delivers Capital 'Worst Air Quality on Record'—With More to Come
Over 2,500 miles away, in New Zealand, smoke from the fires blotted out the sun at the Tasman Glacier.
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Locals and tourists holding tight on the Mallacoota wharf as the bushfire passes through the popular seaside summer holiday spot. News
'Tasteless': Australian PM Condemned for Hosting Fireworks-Laden Party While Country Burns
"It is time to declare a National Climate Emergency."
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A mother and her kids are sheltering in their boat on the water near Mallacoota. News
'Unprecedented National Crisis': Australians Flee to the Water as Fires Consume Coastal Town on Southern Coast in Victoria
" Absolutely devastating."
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Whereas the young are climate heroes, Australia’s Prime Minister is a coward, a climate denier who loves coal. (Photo: South Bend Voice/cc/flickr) Views
Decades of Denial Have to End: We Need Radical Climate Leadership in 2020
The next decade will define our collective future. We have no time to waste.
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Strands of kelp at Shelly Point in Beaumaris, Tasmania on September 7, 2019. The Tasman Sea is warming and once plentiful kelp forests have rapidly declined.  The kelp rising in 30-foot high stalks has been habitat for rare ocean life through recorded history.  Once present along the whole length of Tasmania's east coast, now little is left. Views
Warming Ocean Currents Affect Weather and Environment
Australia's giant kelp beds are literally being cooked by the ocean
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Female koala Anwen recovering from burns at The Port Macquarie Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie, Australia News
Thousands of Koalas Feared Dead in Australia Wildfires
Record wildfires continue: "I think this is the single loudest alarm bell I've ever heard on global heating."
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Fire and Rescue personnel run to move their truck as a bushfire burns next to a major road and homes on the outskirts of the town of Bilpin on December 19, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. News
Firefighters in Australia Say Situation 'Out of Control' as Prime Minister Denies Request for Emergency Aid
"They believe they have the situation in hand. That is definitely not the case."
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