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Changing Australian fashion's worst-kept secret could help struggling farmers

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The country produces 90% of the world’s fine apparel wool but processes very little. Some in the industry are calling for a textile manufacturing revival

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Changing Australian fashion's worst-kept secret could help struggling farmers

Changing Australian fashion's worst-kept secret could help struggling farmers

The country produces 90% of the world’s fine apparel wool but processes very little. Some in the industry are calling for a textile manufacturing revival

Brutal Australian Summer Heat Spurs Climate Research

Brutal Australian Summer Heat Spurs Climate Research

Scientists are hoping to get ahead of some of the worst impacts of warming

expert reaction to the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land

expert reaction to the IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land

The health and sustainable management of land and natural systems is both an aim and a means to ambitious climate action in the next decade.” Prof Jane Rickson, Professor of Soil Erosion ...

Industrial Revolution means UK has moral responsibility to lead on climate change, Michael Gove says

Industrial Revolution means UK has moral responsibility to lead on climate change, Michael Gove says

Today's climate and energy headlines: Industrial Revolution means UK has moral responsibility to lead on climate change, Michael Gove says Michael Gove, the senior government minister ...

Get Inspired: Sustainability Headlines You May Have Missed This Month

Get Inspired: Sustainability Headlines You May Have Missed This Month

It may cheer you to learn that sustainability headlines from major companies and environmental groups haven't stopped, even though you may not have heard about them.

Donald Trump’s Greenwashing of the Climate Crisis

Donald Trump’s Greenwashing of the Climate Crisis

Trump’s propaganda on climate doesn’t square with the science

How UK businesses can be ready for climate change

How UK businesses can be ready for climate change

Our changing environment is an enormous issue but how can UK businesses be ready for climate change? Rob Waugh offers his view.

Farming could be absorber of carbon by 2050, says report

Farming could be absorber of carbon by 2050, says report

Veganism and trees could help stop agriculture contributing to global heating, study says

Pressure mounts to bury carbon emissions, but who will pay?

Pressure mounts to bury carbon emissions, but who will pay?

Backers of carbon capture and storage (CCS) say the technology is needed to help countries fulfill pledges to cut climate-changing emissions in line with globally agreed warming limits

'Breakthrough moment': Woodside investors revolt on climate change

'Breakthrough moment': Woodside investors revolt on climate change

Woodside Petroleum has been hit with a record-breaking investor push to slash emissions and link executive pay to achieving bold new targets.

Landmark UN climate report warns time quickly running out

Landmark UN climate report warns time quickly running out

Next few years 'probably the most important in our history', scientists warn in hard-hitting new climate study.

Can Planting a Trillion Trees Stop Climate Change? Scientists Say it’s a Lot More Complicated

Can Planting a Trillion Trees Stop Climate Change? Scientists Say it’s a Lot More Complicated

Compared with cutting fossil fuels, tree planting would play only a small role in combating the climate crisis.

“The Trial of the Century”: A Preview of How Climate Science Could Play Out in the Courtroom, Courtesy of Juliana v. United States

“The Trial of the Century”: A Preview of How Climate Science Could Play Out in the Courtroom, Courtesy of Juliana v. United States

The district court denied the defendants’ motion to dismiss, finding that the plaintiffs had raised colorable constitutional claims; after initial discovery had been conducted, the court ...