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Why your Valentine's Day chocolates are not sweet for the environment

Why your Valentine's Day chocolates are not sweet for the environment

Planning to give your special someone a box of chocolates this Valentine’s Day? This love food could have a heartbreaking environmental impact.

Funding coal in Southeast Asia is 'collective suicide' say experts

Funding coal in Southeast Asia is 'collective suicide' say experts

Can banks justify financing new coal projects because developing countries are still dependent on fossil fuels for energy? This question was at the centre of debate at the Unlocking Capital for Sustainability forum in Singapore last week.

Women on the margins of UN climate panel

Women on the margins of UN climate panel

A new study shines a light on the double barrier women scientists face in their own disciplines and as they attempt to make their voices heard in the global climate talks.

Climate change could ruin Australia's A$40 billion tourism industry

Climate change could ruin Australia's A$40 billion tourism industry

Australia's most precious—and lucrative—tourist attractions are at risk of being ruined by climate change, according to a new Climate Council Report. This puts some half a million jobs and billions of tourism dollars on the line. 

As climate changes, we need the arts more than ever

As climate changes, we need the arts more than ever

In tumultuous times, art can and must express the turmoil and help us process what’s going on, says author and speaker Richard Heinberg.

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