bush fire

The Guardian • bush fire

Issue #2018

Listen to the science! State of the environment report

During the 2019-2020 bushfires thirty-three lives were lost, more than seven million hectares were burnt, more than 3,000 home destroyed. In the most recent floods,...

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Issue #2017

State of the Environment report

“Overall, the state and trend of the environment of Australia are poor and deteriorating as a result of increasing pressures from climate change, habitat loss,...

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Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action (BSCA) Issue #2104

Bushfire survivors call Dutton out

Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action (BSCA) has spoken out in response to Opposition Leader Peter Dutton’s statements that the Federal Liberal Party would dump Australia’s...

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Issue #2034

Climate change wreaks havoc

Lives have been lost and thousands of homes have been flooded and destroyed as the floods continue to hit eastern Australia. People have lost their...

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Issue #2087

DINGO

Dingo has received a letter from Bushfire Survivors for Climate Action, [covered in Guardian #2086 on 5 February 2024 in ‘Black Saturday survivors call for...

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Issue #2070

Speeding up

Things are speeding up. Climate change has gone from causing the cliched reaction ‘I’m worried about my grandchildren,’ to ‘I worry about my children,’ to...

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Kinglake National Park after the Black Saturday bushfires. Issue #2086

Black Saturday survivors call for action

Fifteen years after the catastrophic Black Saturday bushfires in regional Victoria, which killed 173 people and destroyed more than 2000 homes, bushfire survivors and former...

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Mother and children walking into sunset. Issue #2065

FUND PUBLIC HOUSING!

The housing crisis continues to deepen with an estimated shortfall of 640,000 houses. Recent interest rate rises are still to take their toll on home...

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Cessnock November 2013. Issue #2105

Climate disasters force Australians to move a quarter of a million times

Australians have been forced to move more than 240,000 times in recent years due to worsening disasters, with the hardest hit communities experiencing extreme weather...

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Issue #2106

EDITORIAL

If you’re in Australia, you might be pretty cold just now, but you’ll be hearing a lot about heatwaves, some extreme examples have been making...

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