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Scope 3 emissions, a poem

By Climate Poet Oz

The fossil fuel boss says:

“Scope 3?
It’s nothing to do with me,
Not my responsibility.
You know, we are not even properly counting,
It doesn’t enter into our accounting,
At least, not accurately.”

The Government …

Film Review: Regenerating Australia

By Victoria Pavy

Regenerating Australia is a mockumentary of news reports and press conferences featuring real news anchors and journalists, politicians, business leaders and citizens. It is based on a 4 month interview process with a diverse group of real …


By Chris Johansen

How does an experienced volcanologist convey to the residents in the valley that a nearby mountain will explode in a volcanic eruption within a month? Without that person being written off as an alarmist or sending those …

Kimberley Frack Threat Continues

By Chris Johansen

On 3rd May, Lock the Gate and Environs Kimberley presented a webinar outlining an extremely scary scenario if plans for fracking in the Kimberley come to fruition. Currently, proposals to begin fracking between Broome and Fitzroy Crossing …

2022, the Climate Election

By Nicholas D’Alonzo

The 2022 Australian Federal election has gone down as Australia’s climate election, with the Greens winning seats in inner city Brisbane, and “Teal” independents (part of the “Teal” Climate 200 supported candidates) winning in Liberal heartland throughout …

It’s Time to Get Off Offsets

By Chris Johansen

Greenhouse gas offsetting refers to an action that compensates for the human-induced emission of carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gases (GHG) to the atmosphere.

The most obvious example is the planting of trees, or other forms of