Korean Government-backed KEPCO is taking the only appeal path available to recover $750m Bylong mine investment

Written by Joanne McCarthy Published in Newcastle Herald December 18, 2019. Read online: https://www.newcastleherald.com.au/story/6547840/korean-energy-company-kepco-seeks-judicial-review-of-landmark-bylong-coal-mine-refusal/ A KOREAN Government-backed energy company that paid the NSW Government more than $400 million for a Bylong coal mining licence in 2010 has sought a judicial review after the mine was refused in September. KEPCO applied […]

ABC News: Climate change means the childhood you remember no longer exists

Global warming is already changing the world before our eyes — let’s see what has happened in your lifetime, and what’s in store for your future. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-12-06/how-climate-change-has-impacted-your-life/11766018?fbclid=IwAR0dMOTYbWEF89VGAuZhY_4o5wq0f7WhJt5o1ySZ5zilsqdD0-1JxYOL7lI    

Finding and protecting the most important areas left for life on earth.

‘Ponder the most exuberantly alive natural places in Australia, and the mind immediately jumps to Kakadu or Broome’s Roebuck Bay or Queensland’s tropical rainforests—spectacular beauty spots heaving with life. But while these far-flung areas hog the attention of tourists, many of the most important areas for Australian wildlife—though much less […]

Earth Overshoot Day 2019 is July 29th, the earliest ever

On July 29, humanity will have used nature’s resource budget for the entire year, according to Global Footprint Network, an international sustainability organization that has pioneered the Ecological Footprint. The Ecological Footprint adds up all of people’s competing demands for biologically productive areas – food, timber, fibres, carbon sequestration, and accommodation of infrastructure. […]