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World Youth Day's ecological conversion opportunity

08 March 2007 | Stefan Gigacz
World Youth Day's ecological conversion opportunityMore than 100,000 international visitors are also expected at next year's World Youth Day event hosted by the Catholic Church in Sydney. A large number of these will arrive on flights close to 25 hours duration, putting 7-8 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent into the atmosphere.

Triumph of the tree huggers

27 February 2007 | Tim Thwaites
Triumph of the tree-huggersIn the past six months, climate change has gone from an idea which may have some future relevance to something which is already happening around us. Each region of the world seems to have had its own epiphany over climate change.

Water is our teacher in the school of life

27 February 2007 | Clare Coburn
Throwing money at water is not the only way to fix our current problems. Reflecting on some of the meandering and non-linear qualities of water, and seeking to emulate them, may be a starting point for more receptive and sensitive ways of being in the world.

'Polluter pays' a must for global common good

27 February 2007 | Sean McDonagh
Polluter pays a must for global common goodPresident Bush and Prime Minister Howard have used scientific uncertainty as an excuse to avoid cutting greenhouse gas emissions. This transgresses the precautionary principle that requires nations to take precautions not to harm other nations.

Populate and our environment will perish

27 February 2007 | Paul Collins
Populate and our environment will perishAustralia is not infinite; there is a limit to our productive capacity and we may well have already exceeded it. One of the unmentionable and politically incorrect questions is how many people the continent can sustain while retaining some respect for the integrity of the landscape.

Climate change - it's the apocalypse, stupid

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27 February 2007 | Mark Byrne
Like many other politicians and scientists, the man who "used to be the next President of the United States" thinks that "the most serious crisis ever confronting human civilisation is this climate crisis". At the same time, in An Inconvenient Truth, the documentary about his travelling climate change slide show, Al Gore laments his failure to have shifted US government policy on the issue.

Ethical alternatives to research that destroys embryos

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27 February 2007 | Norman Ford
There are ethical alternatives to embryo destructive research. There are many possibilities of finding or developing stem cells of wide potentiality without involving embryo destruction. Human stem cells can be derived from umbilical cord blood, bone marrow, fetal tissue, and even from the nose’s olfactory-mucosa.

Putting soul into climate change debate

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27 February 2007 | Kent Rosenthal
When multinationals and politicians seem to be looking the other way in the face of an impending climate change crisis, it’s good to know there are people out there pushing for reform and stirring debate at the highest levels. 

The fake morality of Al Gore's convenient lie

22 January 2007 | Scott Stephens
The fake morality of Al Gore's convenient liePerhaps the slick advocacy of Al Gore’s pop environmentalism is a way of baptising lives that are already excessive, self-seeking and idolatrous with a sickly green tinge. Rather than change our consumption habits, it makes us feel better about them (like drinking Diet Coke).

Zookeeper Irwin preached the wrong message

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24 December 2006 | Binoy Kampmark
The story of Irwin's life, already being written, will conclude that he was a good conservationist, a global ambassador for protecting 'dangerous' animals. But how can the owner of a zoo be worthy of such a title? Zoos are enclosures that imply a loss of sanctuary and celebrate the subjugation of nature. From 19 September 2006.

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