The operator of the crippled Fukushima nuclear reactor says it may have to dump contaminated, radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean because there isn't much storage space left at the scene of the disaster.
"We are burning up our future - literally," said UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet about the world's climate crisis, which she calls a "rapidly growing and global threat to human rights".
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Some teachers at the Holmesglen Institute, a TAFE school in southeast Melbourne, have been suspended pensing an investigation of class materials taken from an anti-Islam extremist group in the US.
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Labor is accusing the government of "demonizing" poor people by making a third attempt in three years to pass legislation that would take away welfare payments to those who test positive for illegal drugs.
The board of mining giant BHP is advising against an investor-led resolution that would have required the company to bail out of any group determined to be at odds with the goals of the Paris Climate Accord.
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Australian consumers are being advised to brace for higher food prices because water to grow crops will be harder to come by in the Murray-Darling Basin for the next three months.
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The Western Australian chemical company Coogie is planning the country's only methanol plant for Darwin Habour, a project that is projected to cost $500 Million and could begin operating by 2024.
A coalition of climate campaigners, including the group Extinction Rebellion", have successfully pressured the New York Times into dropping its planned sponsorship of a major oil industry conference.
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You know there really is something to Climate Change when even good ol' capitalism sits up and takes notice of what is happening to the world, and urges workers to take a day off to protest.
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