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‘A soul wound’: a First Nation built its culture around salmon. Now they have to fly it in frozen

As chinook numbers migrating to Canada fall 95% to record lows, communities are resorting to importing fish to keep their traditions aliveIn late summer every year, when buckbrush on the mountains turns yellow and the soapberries…

12/05/22

NSW premier describes jailing of climate activist Deanna ‘Violet’ Coco as ‘pleasing to see’

Dominic Perrottet welcomes minimum eight-month jail sentence given to Sydney Harbour Bridge protesterFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastThe New South…

12/05/22

Many Australian businesses will scale back climate action when economy slows, survey finds

The 2022 Climate Check international survey also found support in Australia for a crackdown on ‘greenwashing’Follow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news…

12/04/22

The Guardian view on biodiversity collapse: the crisis humanity can no longer ignore | Editorial

A million animal and plant species are perilously close to extinction. Their fate and ours are intimately connectedIn an essay entitled The Sense of Wonder, the American conservationist Rachel Carson suggested two questions to make us…

12/04/22

Wherever you stand on Violet Coco, her jailing raises the stakes for climate protest | Adam Morton

Laws across Australia have shifted significantly to limit protest and are being used to restrain or intimidate those who speak upYou don’t have to believe that Deanna Coco’s climate protest blocking traffic on the Sydney Harbour…

12/04/22

Australia urged to take leadership role at Cop15 biodiversity summit

‘The conference for nature this month in Montreal could be what Paris was for climate,’ Tanya Plibersek saysFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or…

12/04/22

Things we lost in the wildfires: images of the devastating personal cost of a warming world

A camera, a lamp, a child’s tricycle … Photographer Gideon Mendel’s latest project highlights the everyday impact of the climate crisis“I was looking for a way to respond to the climate crisis for a long time,”…

12/03/22

UN official ‘alarmed’ by jailing of climate activist who blocked traffic on Sydney Harbour Bridge

Human rights groups around the world express outrage over ‘disproportionate’ punishment of Deanna ‘Violet’ CocoGet our morning and afternoon news emails, free app or daily news podcastA senior UN official has said he is “alarmed” a…

12/03/22

Queensland’s Indigenous women rangers given Earthshot prize for protecting Great Barrier Reef

The group was awarded $1.8m and praised as an ‘inspiring women led program’ using First Nations knowledge to protect land and seaFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our morning and afternoon news…

12/03/22

Earthshot fund gives £1m to UK scientists fighting climate crisis

Scientists who have replaced plastic packaging with seaweed among those to be given prize by Prince of WalesScientists who have replaced plastic packaging with seaweed are among those who have been given a £1m prize by…

12/02/22