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AMplify: Episode 17, Janet Laurence
Kim McKay in conversation with AM artist-in-residence Janet Laurence after the opening of Deep Breathing (Resuscitation for the Reef).
AMplify: Episode 13, Trailblazers Talks live – Tim Flannery
An evening with celebrated explorer, scientist, communicator and former Australian of the Year.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Tony Birch
Listen to Aboriginal poet and novelist Tony Birch as he explores how First Nations ecological knowledge could help mitigate the impacts of climate change.
Oceania Rising: Climate change in our region
A program of events with a focus on raising awareness and engagement in climate change advocacy, presented by Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Blacktown Arts and the Australian Museum.
Coral bleaching on Lizard Island: Update
A severe bleaching event continues around the AM's Lizard Island Research Station, with hopes falling temperatures will bring reprieve
Coral bleaching on the doorstep of Lizard Island
The Australian Museum's research station on the Great Barrier Reef witnesses the devastating effects of climate change
Great Barrier Reef sustainability plan
A new plan for sustaining the Great Barrier Reef ignores climate change impacts, says Australian Museum research head.
The Anthropocene: what’s in a name?
Planet Earth has never before experienced anything quite like the age of humans, says Museum ecologist Alan Jones.
Renewable Energy — Is FiT (Feed-In Tariff) a good fit for Australians?
The Australian government hopes to see 20% of Australia's electricity supply coming from renewable sources by 2020. Will the Feed-In Tariff (FiT) program help achieve this target?
It can be a challenge to lead a sustainable lifestyle that is easy, affordable and suits our personal needs. Is there an eco-balance to living sustainably and living comfortably?