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Articles from Habitat Australia (January 1, 2008)

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2007 Federal Election: the wash up: political advocacy and community engagement--how ACF help put the environment firmly on the 2007 Federal Election agenda. Tupper, Graham; Freeman, Phil 872
2007: the year in review: it was a year of working together on climate change, a federal election, awards, world leaders, and a visit from a humble buddhist monk. It was 2007 ... Vaisutis, Justine 1063
A Slice of Organic Life. Davis, Jodie Book review 134
Al Gore's Climate Project: reflections of the class of 2006: a year has passed since Al Gore trained 84 Australians to delivery his Climate Project presentation. Affectionately known as the class of '06', the inaugural participants of The Climate Project--Australia share their memories of the year. Ambrose, Margaret 807
Ansto's reactor: costly, hot and very bothered: described by then-Prime Minister John Howard as a "triumph" at its opening in April last year, the new OPAL reactor at Lucas Heights remains shut down following serious operating problems. Dave Sweeney takes a look behind the razor wire and the secrecy surrounding Australia's main nuclear facility. Sweeney, Dave 690
Art for the environment's sake: a very special exhibition traces the history of ACF and the environmental movement--and gives you the opportunity to bid on a piece of history! Davis, Jodie 786
Australia ratifies the Kyoto Protocol. Brief article 107
Calling all green thumbs and budding gardeners! 119
Cape York: mining boom or environmental bust? Staff from ACF's Northern Australia Program recently undertook a week-long trip to Cape York Peninsula. One of their stops was the mining town of Weipa where they came face-to-face with the mining boom. McCaul, Justin 1033
Colin & Julie Crawford-Smith: ACF supporters, Colin and Julie, look back on the campaign to make GreenPower a genuine option for energy consumers. Davis, Jodie 673
Gifts in memory. 347
Green apartment make-over: five years ago, ACF was left the generous bequest of a Sydney Harbour-front apartment at McMahon's Point. A wonderful financial asset for ACF's future, certainly. But with a little help and a lot of vision, this apartment also became a showcase for best-practice eco-renovation. McMillan, Sara 691
Gunns Pulp Mill--what next? Brief article 296
Have you got what it takes to be an ACF Councillor? 130
Hot-Spotting: an Australian delivering foreign aid. Davis, Jodie Brief article 169
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)'s Fourth Assessment Report (2007). Brief article 278
Letter from the president. Lowe, Ian 335
Not in my backyard! Brief article 101
Population and sustainable future: many economists believe population growth is good for the economy-but that doesn't mean we are better off. Lowe, Ian 599
South Australia's Murray-Darling Wetlands: the deepening crisis: the Murray River and its wetlands are in ecological decline and some are on the brink of collapse, while our leaders drag their feet. Buchan, Arlene 586
The Ethical Investor. Davis, Jodie Book review 113
The Shock Doctrine. Davis, Jodie Book review 166
Traveston crossing Dam Update. Brief article 248
Uranium sales: exporting insecurity. Brief article 112
Vale Ted Roland, NSW. Brief article 196 is a ground-breaking website that allows Australians to register their concerns about climate change using cutting edge online technology. At the time of writing, nearly 17,000 Australians had logged on to www. to express their thoughts about climate change and connect with others. Wintle, Sarah Website overview 1325

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