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Well before alternative housing, tiny homes or recycling were common, Ken Aitken spent his days driving the streets looking for piles of rubbish from which to build his dream home.Read more from ABC News
More than 25 years ago, Louise Hardman made a vow to do everything she could to rid the ocean of plastic. Now, her Plastic Collective has been granted $2.49 million to extend work she's already done in the waste recycling field.Read more from ABC News
Germany is doing what Australia says it can't - shutting down every coal mine and coal-fired power plant in the country. But there's a cost.Read more from ABC News
The world's richest man will issue environmental grants through the Bezos Earth Fund starting later this year.Read more from ABC News
Getting all parties with a stake in the coal industry to agree on shutting it down might seem impossible in the Australian context. Here are the reasons why it could be done in Germany.Read more from ABC News
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault receives 60,000 new seed samples to increase storage of stocks amid climate change fears.Read more from ABC News
Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault receives 60,000 new seed samples to increase storage of stocks amid climate change fears.
I suppose it may do some good. A few tropical plants may prove to be enormously valuable to the future of human kind living in the arctic.
I wonder if the internet will survive? Takes really serious industry with enormous resources, to keep us in computers.
The decision has been met with celebration from conservationists and a backlash from the local timber industry.Read more from ABC News
Australians collectively throw away 6,000 kilograms of clothing every 10 minutes. But there are some things you can do to make your wardrobe more sustainable.Read more from ABC News
Advocates are pushing for an export market to make good use of Australia's many feral camels.Read more from ABC News