Dutton stays silent in question time – as it happened
We’re going to wrap up the live blog now. Here’s what made the news today: Amy Remeikis will be back with you early tomorrow morning. Until then, have a great evening. ‘Extraordinary stuff’: Labor MP claims Deeming contradicted Pessuto in…
Climate change, gun violence concern young people in Asheville – Citizen Times
As an 18-year-old, it feels as though the world is at your fingertips, and the future is bright, bold and new. Or, rather, as an 18-year-old, that is how the world should feel. Unfortunately, for many people my age, it…
Was âOumuamua a comet? Avi Loeb responds to new research
A March 22 study suggests that ‘Oumuamua, which passed us in 2017, was a comet from another solar system. Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb strongly disagrees.
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These eight charts show why climate change matters right now – CNBC
A girl sits on a cot as she crosses a flooded street at Sohbatpur in Jaffarabad district of Balochistan province in Pakistan on October 4, 2022. Fida Hussain | Afp | Getty Images “The climate time bomb is ticking,” António…
8 Dolphins Killed In One Day May Be Linked To Offshore Wind
Eight dolphins were killed along the coast of Sea Isle City, New Jersey, Tuesday, the latest marine mammal strandings potentially linked to offshore wind projects, according to a Marine Mammal Stranding Center statement. The dolphins were found on the beach…
Was âOumuamua an outgassing interstellar comet?
Researchers have solved the mystery of the strange orbit of ‘Oumuamua. Outgassing from hydrogen gave the interstellar comet its distinctive push.
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Decline of more than 500 species of marine life on Australian reefs ‘the tip of the iceberg’, study finds
More than 500 common species of fish, seaweed, coral and invertebrates that live on reefs around Australia have declined in the past decade, a study has found, as experts warn “not all is well in the ocean”. Global heating was…
Critically-Endangered West African Lion Going from Strength to Strength in Niokolo Koba, Senegal
Reprinted with permission from World at Large, an independent news outlet covering conflict, travel, science, conservation, and health and fitness. In a thrilling sign of recovery for the Critically-Endangered West African lion, camera trap footage and photos of a West African lioness and her three cubs playing, nursing, and feeding in Senegal’s Niokolo Koba National Park […]
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Etihad accused of misleading customers with greenwashing in ‘net zero’ ads
Etihad has been accused of misleading customers through advertising that spruiked its emissions reductions plans, with Australia’s consumer watchdog now considering action against the airline amid its crackdown on greenwashing. Aviation emissions advocacy group Flight Free Australia alleged in the…
Why climate doomerism is wrong – Vox.com
We environmentalists spend our lives thinking about ways the world will end. There’s nowhere that I see doomer culture more vocal than on my home turf. With leading activists like Roger Hallam, co-founder of the popular climate protest movement Extinction…