Australia’s ‘Climate Choice’ Has Finally Arrived. Will it be enough?

[ad_1] SYDNEY, Australia — Minutes after he took the stage to declare victory in Australia’s upcoming election on Saturday, new Labor Party prime minister Anthony Albanese has pledged to transform climate change from a source of political conflict to a generator of economic growth. “Together we can end the climate wars,” he told his supporters, …

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef Experiences 6th Mass Bleaching Event

[ad_1] SYDNEY, Australia – A large section of the Great Barrier Reef has been hit by a sixth mass bleaching event, a worrying milestone for the coral wonder that points to the continuing threat of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions, the marine park’s official said on Friday. . . Government scientists, who used helicopters …

Australia’s Clever Birds Didn’t Accept This Science Experiment

[ad_1] The Australian magpie is one of the most intelligent birds in the world. It has a beautiful song of extraordinary complexity. It can recognize and remember up to 30 different human faces. But Australians know magpies best for their mischievous tendencies. An enduring rite of passage of an Australian childhood is to flee each …

Australia’s First Olympic Curling Team Finishes Competition With High Grades

[ad_1] Australia had not sent curlers to compete in the Winter Olympics. Not exactly known for its dominance in winter sports, the country did not even have a special facility where a curling team could train. To prepare for Beijing, Australia’s first mixed doubles curling team Dean Hewitt and Tahli Gill traveled to Canada. There, …

Serbia’s Leader Condemns Australia’s Treatment of Djokovic

[ad_1] BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Sunday denounced the Australian government for what Novak Djokovic called “harassment”, calling the legal process that led to the tennis star’s deportation the day before the Australian Open kicked off as “Orwellian”. ” and said that the actor would be welcomed at his home. “I spoke …

Serbian Vucic Condemns Australia’s Treatment of Novak Djokovic

[ad_1] BELGRADE, Serbia — Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic on Sunday denounced the Australian government for what Novak Djokovic called “harassment”, calling the legal process that led to the tennis star’s deportation the day before the Australian Open kicked off as “Orwellian”. ” and said that the actor would be welcomed at his home. “I spoke …

Fossils of a Prehistoric Rainforest Hiding in Australia’s Rusty Rocks

[ad_1] Grass and undersized trees dominate the Central Tablelands, hundreds of kilometers northwest of Sydney, Australia today. But scientists have recently discovered that some of the region’s rusty rocks hide traces of the lush rainforest that covered the area during the Miocene Period, 15 million years ago. The McGraths Flat site isn’t Australia’s only Miocene …

What Did Australia’s Leader Scott Morrison Achieve at COP26?

[ad_1] Australia, a major fossil fuel producer that has long been criticized for keeping up with climate change, has done little to change that perception this week. also Glasgow climate summitPrime Minister Scott Morrison did not participate in an international effort. reduce global methane emissions By 2030, 30 percent is a commitment shared by more …

The Future Is Knocking on Australia’s Door

[ad_1] Australian Letter The weekly newsletter of our Australian office. This week’s issue was written by the following author: Damien’s Cave, Australian bureau chief. When I sit down to write My article on Australia’s bifurcated approach to inclusion of the Delta I knew there would be volatile, never-ending scenes and insightful conversations. I’ve spoken to …