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Collaborating with dancers, installation artists and body painters, Rob Woodcox creates large scale universes that celebrate our belonging to the natural world.
After an Olympic career in synchronised swimming, Francesca Owen reincarnated as a photographer but never strayed from the waters edge.
Great Wrap co-founder Julia Kay shares why she created a bench top worthy dispenser for her home compostable stretch wrap made from potato waste.
Denisse Ariana Pérez invites us to contemplate breath and water through her recent film Tide in Tide Out.
Olive Gill-Hille’s contemporary wooden sculptures exist effortlessly between the art and design world. We talk to Olive about the process and inspiration behind her work.
If a long haul flight produces more CO2 than the average person does in a year, can travel be sustainable? Travel writer Nina Karnikowski believes it can be.
In a race to slow down global warming, the world’s brightest minds are innovating with these lesser known solutions.
It turns out that it doesn’t involve being perfect from the start.
Learn how to shop for the planet, and your conscience.
All of these changes are sustainable for your pocket too.
The term regeneration suggests the need to focus on not just sustaining, but replenishing the planet’s resources.
There’s always the option to return to the same system, but this time our CO2 budget isn’t giving much remaining leeway.
After last summer’s extreme fires, the sacred indigenous Gumbarynggirr territory is set to be logged to make room for 180 housing lots. Here’s how we can help.
Climate experts are arguing that female empowerment is more likely to result in lower carbon emissions than a shift to renewables, urban public transport, or any other climate strategy.
With eighty percent of the world’s remaining biodiversity on the territories of indigenous people, these communities are more than a source of wisdom, but a source of hope.
Much like planting trees — but this time in the sea — kelp forests are being lauded for their ability to store huge amounts of carbon.