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Dead table corals killed by bleaching on Zenith Reef, on the Northern Great Barrier Reef, November 2016. News
'The Coral Was Cooked': 2016 Deadliest Year on Record for Great Barrier Reef
Warming water and bleaching events devastated the Great Barrier Reef in 2016
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'There Is Shame In All This': Naomi Klein Voices Rage as Reef Disappears
In video filmed at Great Barrier Reef, author Naomi Klein mourns decimation caused by 'extreme underwater heatwave'
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'Won't Accept Destruction': Global Communities Line Up to Ban Fracking
'This decision proves the power of grassroots advocacy. Individuals have won over powerful and influential mining companies'
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Australia's "Abu Ghraib"-Like Torture of Jailed Children Captured in "Chilling" TV Footage
UNICEF Australia says government's treatment of juvenile detainees "may amount to torture"
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'Mr. Coal' and a Climate Change Skeptic Given Key Energy Posts in Aussie Cabinet
New Minister of Environment and Energy's views on climate change are "an embarrassing relic from a different era," says Greenpeace
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Let’s Learn From Australia: Semi-Automatic Weapons Bans Work
“It’s a sweet little gun,” Martin Bryant said of his AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle when being interrogated by police. Twenty years ago, on April 28, 1996, Martin took that gun and committed a massacre in the Australian state of Tasmania. Over 24 hours, in what became known as the Port Arthur...
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Big Tobacco Lost to Australia over Plain Packaging - but That Doesn't Mean Corporate Courts 'Work'
Late last year tobacco company Philip Morris International’s (PMI) attempted to sue the Australian government for billions over the introduction of plain packing of cigarettes. This court case happened in a secretive court system, just like the one that they are trying to introduce in the EU-USA...
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For Inspiring 'A New Agenda,' Naomi Klein Wins 2016 Sydney Peace Prize
Author and activists says award 'comes at a time when the impacts of the climate crisis are being acutely felt' around the world
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Dangerous New Normal as 400 ppm Carbon Baseline Expected Within Days
Australian Greens deputy leader Larissa Waters said the landmark 'should act as a global wake-up call'
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From Philly to Australia, People Rise Up Against 'Fossil Fuel Dinosaur Economy'
Demonstrators laid their bodies down and raised their voices up to demand a just transition to renewable energy
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