The climate movement has to take up the issues of refugees, war and global inequality to ensure a just climate for all.
The climate crisis is the greatest threat ever faced by humanity. The survival of the human race is at stake. The reality of the heating of the planet can no longer rationally be denied.
As the climate crisis and global economic inequality intensify, the need to build a mass movement against the rich and powerful becomes more urgent.
In the face of government inaction, unions are determined to do what they can to secure permanent, well-paid, sustainable industry jobs for their members.
Galilee Rising held its first protest outside Adani’s Brisbane headquarters on November 13.
One thing has been made crystal clear this week — no amount of extended droughts, catastrophic bushfires, coral bleaching or record-breaking temperatures will snap the Coalition out of its bloody-minded refusal to take climate action seriously
Climate change, government policies and agribusiness farming are affecting the environment in which animals, including humans, live. But could they also be impacting on the spread of diseases?
With all hell breaking loose as catastrophic fires ravage parts of New South Wales and Queensland, all Prime Minister Scott Morrison can advise is to pray. It’s a poor excuse from a government that has criminally refused to take action on the climate crisis.
Climate activists protested outside the Townsville office of Adani contractor BMD on November 1, just hours after Prime Minister Scott Morrison threatened to outlaw such secondary boycott campaigns.