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Polarity: Fire & Ice is transporting viewers to contrasting corners of the Earth
Premiering in Australia as part of the Perth Festival, Polarity: Fire & Ice portrays the profound impact of the climate catastro...
Rhiannon Clarke 6 Feb 2024
Calls for Australian Government to support Indigenous Climate and Health alliance
Groups are urging the Australian Government to provide funding for a National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Coalition on...
Rhiannon Clarke 30 Jan 2024
Our desert home is changing fast, and we need support from Australians to save it
Few Australians know the Country that I call home. My Country is a place of spinifex, mulga trees, red sand and open skies.  ...
Samantha Murray 11 Dec 2023
'Digital nation' tries to save itself from climate doom
A Pacific island nation that could soon be swallowed by rising sea levels has taken steps to preserve its statehood by migrating...
Kat Wong 5 Dec 2023
Sea walls, rock lobster populations feeling the pinch
As Torres Strait Islander elders take the Australian government to court for alleged inaction on climate change, the national sc...
Rudi Maxwell 21 Nov 2023
Australian government calls for First Nations voices on clean energy and climate change

Minister for Indigenous Australians Linda Burney and Minister for Climate Change and Energy Chris Bowen have released a consultation paper to inform the development of Australia’s...

Giovanni Torre Nov 14, 2023
Epidemiologist shares dire prognosis in climate case

Torres Strait Islanders grappling with the impacts of climate change could face an increase in mortality as temperatures rise, a court has heard. Elders Pabai Pabai and Paul Kabai...

Rudi Maxwell Nov 13, 2023
Scientists to testify in Torres Strait climate case

Torres Strait Islander elders are fighting for their lands, culture and existence in the first climate class action brought by Australia's First Nations people. With rising sea...

Rudi Maxwell Nov 8, 2023
Maina Talia says climate change for Tuvaluans is a matter of life and death

A significant event happening in Sydney this month is the 21st Triennial General Assembly and Scientific Symposium of ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites). ICOMOS...

Jess Whaler Sep 4, 2023
WA Premier pens scathing letter to ABC chair as new revelations about climate protest emerge

The ABC is under enormous pressure to reveal the full extent of its knowledge of a climate protest outside the family home of Woodside Energy CEO Meg O'Neill on Tuesday morning. W...

David Prestipino Aug 4, 2023
WA Premier demands answers from ABC over protest at Woodside CEO's home

West Australian Premier Roger Cook intends to seek answers from ABC management on why it had a film crew present at a climate protest outside Woodside Energy boss Meg O'Neill's fam...

David Prestipino Aug 2, 2023
Protesters who trespassed Woodside boss Meg O’Neill’s family home charged

The ABC has denied knowledge protesters would allegedly trespass the family home of Woodside Energy boss Meg O'Neill as WA Police laid charges over the incident on Wednesday mornin...

David Prestipino Aug 2, 2023
'Designed to threaten': "Extremists" trespass family home of Woodside CEO

A group of "extremist" protesters accompanied by camera crews allegedly trespassed the family home of Woodside Energy CEO Meg O’Neill on Tuesday morning. The company said on Tuesd...

David Prestipino Aug 1, 2023
Court hears of erosion of gravesites in Australian Climate Case

The Federal Court has heard evidence of graves on Zenadth Kes (Torres Strait) islands being washed away by erosion.  Hearings began on Badu and Boigu Islands where community membe...

Emma Ruben Jun 16, 2023
Albanese warns of "harsh consequences" in Pacific over climate inaction

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has warned of harsh consequences in the Pacific unless the world tackles climate change.Mr Albanese met with Pacific Islands Forum Secretary-General...

William Ton Jun 14, 2023
Climate Case: court told of fears cultural and environmental knowledge will be lost

The Federal Court has heard residents fear environmental and cultural knowledge will not be passed on to future generations due to the impact of climate change on Zenadth Kes (Torr...

Emma Ruben Jun 13, 2023
Hearings for landmark Australian Climate Case begin in Zenadth Kes

The Zenadth Kes (Torres Strait) duo who filed the Australian Climate Case against the Australian Government have now begun participating in hearings for the landmark case on Boigu,...

Emma Ruben Jun 6, 2023
How Indigenous knowledge can help fight climate change

Incorporating Indigenous knowledge systems and science is an effective way of addressing the impacts of climate change, and it's urgent in the Torres Strait. When the king tides ri...

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