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COVID-19 pandemic has affected food security and sustainability

The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation says that COVID-19 could seriously impact ...  
Access to water becomes difficult as a vineyard succumbs to drought

As a vineyard slowly dies from drought, the owner provides access to water for the rural commun ...  
United we stand: Urban trees face an existential crisis

In our isolation from physical contact, Nature offers solace, but urban trees have to reckon with ...  
Indigenous Australian practices can help fight COVID-19

The Government must introduce Indigenous-specific policies to ward off the coronavirus, writes ...  
EXCLUSIVE: Queensland Government damns the Paradise Dam

Why is the Queensland Government so desperate to knock down or massively reduce a huge dam it ...  
EMMA HURST: Time to take a lead on the climate emergency

Dear fellow politicians, the climate crisis that is causing our forests to burn, animals to suffer ...  
The power of data in smart city developments

Developments in data science and analysis have been beneficial in managing key social areas such ...  
We need to tackle climate change – but also endless growth

Fighting the climate crisis is growing increasingly difficult as Australia's population continues ...  
Wren's Week: Drought proofing and Your Right To Know

While the LNP comes up with another scheme to assist drought-affected areas, the fight for press ...  
More mental health funding is needed in Queensland’s rural areas

Due to lack of funding, counsellors in rural Queensland are being overworked and having resources ...  
The Coalition's drought funding has dried up

Belinda Jones reveals the economic mismanagement behind the Coalition's promised $7 billion ...  
Pork-barrelling drought funding: A new low for the Morrison Government

The Morrison Government is promising funds for drought relief, but a closer look reveals a severe ...  
A community fix for Australia's second-rate rural broadband

Over the last decade, Australia has spent $5.5 billion on satellite and fixed wireless broadband ...  
Sanctioned water theft

Following the Four Corners exposé on the Murray-Darling Basin Plan, executive editor Michelle ...  
Taylor made: Deeper into the floodwater scandal

Jommy Tee and Ronni Salt delve deeper into the business side of the $80 million floodwater purc ...  
Angus Taylor, Barnaby Joyce and an $80 million water leak

Former Water Minister Barnaby Joyce spent $80 million buying back floodwater from a Cayman Islands ...  
Murray-Darling collapse: Carelessness and corruption beyond caring

The collapse of the Darling River system and, with it, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority and Plan ...  
EDITORIAL: Something stinks in the Coalition and it's not just dead fish

The sight of close to a million dead fish in one of Australia’s most important waterways may ...  

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