Fifty years on, the moon landing has a few things in common with Australia’s move from coal to renewable energy. What we lack now is policy and vision.
You can make a battery out of a lemon, a tomato, an orange or a stack of pennies. And now you can make a battery using spit.
When climate scientists look at Antarctica, they see a ticking time bomb. If the ice sheet melts, sea levels will rise dramatically.
Renate Egan has been chosen as part of the Homeward Bound Antarctica voyage; a groundbreaking leadership, strategic and scientific initiative for women.
CSIRO survey finds more than half of people surveyed over past five years still not convinced that humans causing climate change.