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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Green Agenda Spring 2021: Out the door – Hope in the fossil-fuel induced dark

“Hope is not a lottery ticket you can sit on the sofa and clutch, feeling lucky. It is an axe you break down doors with in an emergency. Hope should shove you out the door, because it will take everything you have to steer the future away from endless war, from the annihilation of the earth’s treasures and the grinding down of the poor and marginal… To hope is to give yourself to the future – and that commitment to the future is what makes the present inhabitable.” ― Rebecca Solnit, Hope in the Dark  It is easy to feel [...]

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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Green Agenda Spring 2021: Out the door – Hope in the fossil-fuel induced dark

and | 8th November, 2021

“Hope is not a lottery ticket you can sit on the sofa and clutch, feeling lucky. It is an axe you break down doors with in an emergency....
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Are we ready?

| 8th November, 2021

We have been hoping for so long, are we ready now the moment has arrived? I attended my first climate COP in Buenos Aires in 1998. It was...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Not passive victims: Indigenous Australians respond to climate change

| 7th November, 2021

This piece was originally published in Foreground. Climate change poses both direct and indirect threats to the socio-economic, institutional and environmental systems of the world’s Indigenous populations. Australia is no...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

The Answer is in the Landscape

| 7th November, 2021

Around the world farmers and other land managers are taking up practices that regenerate soil, restore landscapes and restore water systems. Interest and activity in landscape scale change...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Strike action: The youth climate movement gives us hope for the future

and | 6th November, 2021

In 1896 Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius first predicted that changes in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels could alter the surface temperature of the earth through the greenhouse effect in...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Community hope fuels government action

| 5th November, 2021

The Greenest government in Australia’s history sits in the heart of Canberra. We have set a net-zero emissions target for 2045. We are powered by 100% renewable electricity....
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021

Countering climate doomism – an interview with Ketan Joshi

and | 5th November, 2021

Ketan Joshi is a writer, analyst, communications consultant and author with a focus on climate change and energy. He worked in the renewable energy industry for about eight...
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Environment, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Spring 2021, Peace

Plan E: A climate-centred security strategy?

| 2nd November, 2021

It is timely that Green Agenda consider the issue of hope, because the circumstances humanity and the living planet face in 2021 are dire.  At the time of...
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Democracy, Featured, Green Agenda Quarterly Journal Winter 2021, Social Justice

Green Agenda Winter 2021: On Dissent

| 22nd August, 2021

I will never forget the first protest I attended. It was 2002 and George Bush, Tony Blair and John Howard were gearing up to go to war in...
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