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Friday 17 September 2021

Committed to social justice, 30 years on

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Wednesday 15 September 2021

Before the fire comes: New study finds ways to minimise home damage

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Women’s police stations in Australia: would they work for ‘all’ women?

Policing studies conducted in Australia and the UK suggest simply increasing the number of female police officers will never be enough to improve discriminatory policing

Photos from the field: why losing these tiny, loyal fish to climate change spells disaster for coral

Environmental scientists see flora, fauna and phenomena the rest of us rarely do

China’s ‘surveillance creep’

How big data COVID-19 monitoring could be used to control people post-pandemic

1,600 years ago, climate change hit the Australian Alps

We studied ancient lake mud to learn what happened

Frydenberg’s directions to ASIC throw the banking royal commission under a bus

The Treasurer appears to put the needs of industry ahead of those of the consumer

Climate change is causing tuna to migrate

It could spell catastrophe for the small islands that depend on them

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