Lucy Norton compassionately reflects on living through the 2022 Lismore Floods and how colonial frameworks misplace our grief in light of climate events.
Southern Arrente and Arabana person Lauren Scott highlights how climate change impacts intangible cultural property such as language.
Through a new editorial partnership, Right Now and Groundswell are platforming stories that explore the intersection of climate change and human rights, pertaining to First Nations justice.
Planning experts believe many Port Phillip residents are under informed about how climate change will increase their risk of flooding in coming decades
Gippsland’s industrial and economic past is returning to haunt it, with weather extremes and rising sea levels associated with human-induced climate change, driven by the use of fossil fuels.
Right Now set a challenge for a lucky bunch of postgraduate students at the Centre for Advancing Journalism (University of Melbourne). The pay off? Scale. Impact. Investigations. New journalists launching careers with skills, contacts and credibility in climate and human rights reporting.
As the climate crisis intensifies, so too does the language we use about the impacts of harmful human behaviour on the environment.
Experts have warned for some time that if international air quality standards aren’t met, we will face a preventable public health emergency. Global warming is making it worse.
We’ve been taking a breather.
In that time we’ve witnessed the game changing federal election roll out in the shadow of the pandemic.
A wave of results across the country sent an unambiguous message to Canberra that Australians want action on climate change.
Sunshine Avenue in the Melbourne suburb of Kealba is lined on one side with brick houses with well-tended gardens. At first glance, the western suburbs street looks little different from other post-war suburbs in this city. Except the houses are just metres away from a burning landfill site. A gentle breeze blows odour from the […]