Firefighters and bushfire survivors issue plea at COP26 to reduce emissions now

Firefighters and bushfire survivors from Australia, Canada, Turkey and the USA have made powerful statements at COP26 to remind world leaders of the horrific toll of climate change.  On Adaptation, Loss and Damage day, bushfire survivors gathered outside the Australian pavilion to share their stories of losing property and fearing for their own lives. They […]

UK has a lot to gain from tackling climate and lowing levels by 2030

A new report has highlighted the extensive benefits to the UK economy if immediate action is taken by local authorities to address the climate crisis. The research was led by the Centre for Sustainability, Equality and Climate Action at Queen’s University Belfast and the Place-Based Climate Action Network for UK100. A key finding from the […]

Grant of $1.1 million adds to national traceability arrangements for all horses

The Federal government is providing a $1.1 million towards establishing national traceability arrangements for all horses, and it is expected the funding will contribute to progress towards recommendations from the National Horse Traceability Working Group. Horses and maintaining their health status are part of the rural social fabric on which Australian agriculture’s continued productivity relies. […]