Australia will meet its 2030 emissions reduction target of 26 to 28 per cent "in a canter", Prime Minister Scott Morrison has repeatedly said, but with emissions consistently increasing, it hasn't always been clear how that will happen.
Satellite imagery and data captured over Queensland in recent weeks reveals not only the unprecedented nature of this natural disaster but also the incredible role firefighters played in protecting vast numbers of properties.
Climate change denial prevents effective action on emissions, and leads to other lies and evasions by our leaders who support big coal and other polluters. Our government hit a new low point this week, by admonishing those who care, writes David Shearman.
Australia is being warned its return to its Pacific neighbours after years of neglect risks being undermined by the Government's intransigence on the region's main threat: climate change.
While parts of the Eungella National Park subtropical rainforest have been reduced to cinders, the community is determined to not let the fire win.
It's not the mega-mine promised, or feared — but, if we can believe Adani's assurances, it's nonetheless a game changer that will open a vast new coal-mining region, writes Stephen Long.
A mysterious giant species of rhinoceros — named the Siberian unicorn due to its enormous single horn —survived in Russia until 36,000 years ago. Yet many of the species it shared a habitat with still survive today. Here's why.